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DOVE-A Heads

This is a set of heads i had redone for my motor before i went with the aluminum heads. They are freshly gone through and ready to run. The inner springs were not installed (but included) for motor break in. They were never used to break the motor in. Has stainless valves.

Theres some markings on the heads from the guy who did them, they read as follows:

1.875" = 140#
.640" = 400#

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may have a home for them , but will have to check when the rest of the guy's are going to Vegas to race again !! Fall Bracket Nationals? will save me on freight !
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Brad, What size valves are in them?
Do the exhausts have harden seats?
What cam are springs for?
Thanks Ron
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Intake: 2.185
Exhaust: 1.710

I just dug up my parts reciept from clay smith. This is what they have...

ARP Rocker Arm Stud Kit
11/32 1.450 Retainers
11/32 Keepers
11/32 x .535 PC seals
1.450 Spring Cups
1.450 Dual HT/S Springs

Set up for a C-304-8-B Claysmith Cam

Cam Card:
Grind Number:C-304-8-B
Intake Opens: 44
Intake Closes: 80
Duration at .050: 258
Intake Valve Lift: .630
Intake Valve Adj.: .024
Intake Based on 1.8 Rocker Ratio
Exhaust Opens: 80
Exhaust Closes: 44
Duration at .050: 258
Exhaust Valve Lift: .595
Exhaust Valve Adj.: .024
Exhaust Based on 1.7 Rocker Ratio
Springs set at 140 Pounds Seat Pressure

I hope this answers some of your questions.
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hey brad wondering if u still had heads, got some doves but bare thanks
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hey brad wondering if u still had heads, got some doves but bare thanks
yup, i still have them.
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i have been getting a lot of questions on shipping costs.

the heads weigh roughly 64lbs each and factor in some weight for the crate i have to make for them, so lets say roughly 140lbs. The crate will be roughly 26"x16"x16" and will be shipping via fedex ground from Henderson, NV 89074

you can put the above info in on fedex's website (link below) and figure how much the shipping costs will be to your doorstep.

http://www.fedex.com/ratefinder/home?cc=US&language=en
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the heads weigh roughly 64lbs each and factor in some weight for the crate i have to make for them, so lets say roughly 140lbs. The crate will be roughly 26"x16"x16" and will be shipping via fedex ground from Henderson, NV 89074
Wow crating heads, that's quite a service. I'd recommend seperating the heads with a divider wall of wood inside a single crate that would protect the heavy heads from each other.

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Wow crating heads, that's quite a service. I'd recommend seperating the heads with a divider wall of wood inside a single crate that would protect the heavy heads from each other.

Another packaging option may be viewed by clicking HERE.

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i was planning on bolting them to the crate, but i like your idea as well. i wonder if theres a price difference if they are shipped individually or together. i will look into it and let you know.

my guess is it would be cheaper to ship together. who knows!?
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