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Is John Kaase the only one that sells these heads? I hear they are the bomb but they don't give them away that's for sure.
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Jon is not the only seller of his heads. Some on this board are also sellers.

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Is John Kaase the only one that sells these heads? I hear they are the bomb but they don't give them away that's for sure.


given the amount of HP the P-51's will support right out of the box I feel that they are a bargain.

I as well as a few others here have them available.



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What do you charge for the P-51's?
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What do you charge for the P-51's?
$2,450 for the solid flat tappet spring package version.

Same as John Kaase and I believe lem evans.



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Is that per head, or for a set?

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Thats for a complete set ready to bolt on.
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What kind of HP numbers out of the box?
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What kind of HP numbers out of the box?

You've got to realize that the answer to your question depends on so many other factors,,,,,,such as how big is the engine,,,,,what is the duration and lift of the camshaft,,,,,compression ratio and so on,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,that the true answer is that they are good for any horsepower number between 500 Hp and 900+ Hp. Take your pick.

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You've got to realize that the answer to your question depends on so many other factors,,,,,,such as how big is the engine,,,,,what is the duration and lift of the camshaft,,,,,compression ratio and so on,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,that the true answer is that they are good for any horsepower number between 500 Hp and 900+ Hp. Take your pick.
True. Excuse my brain fart
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No problem. We just needed more info on your intended combination.

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No problem. We just needed more info on your intended combination.
I have a '69 460 borded 60 over, forged flat top pistons @10.1 compression, mildly ported stock c9ve heads, the cam details I'm unsure about. The car has dynoed 387 RWHP and is rarely reved higher than 6 grand. How much could a set of those heads possibly help?
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I have a '69 460 borded 60 over, forged flat top pistons @10.1 compression, mildly ported stock c9ve heads, the cam details I'm unsure about. The car has dynoed 387 RWHP and is rarely reved higher than 6 grand. How much could a set of those heads possibly help?
First off the valve angles are different on the P-51's so they are not actually a bolt on because different valve notches are needed in the pistons.

With out knowing more about your cam and vehicle type transmission etc I can not provide and answer to how much would the heads help.




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I have a '69 460 borded 60 over, forged flat top pistons @10.1 compression, mildly ported stock c9ve heads, the cam details I'm unsure about. The car has dynoed 387 RWHP and is rarely reved higher than 6 grand. How much could a set of those heads possibly help?
To me that sounds like a build that would be much better served with something like the TFS streets if you really wanted to go with an alum head.
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p-51

How much would they do with a stock rebuilt 466 (8.5 compr.) and a (fancy) cam...?

The right intake and carb, too, that is...
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