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I have been in regular contact with Trick Flow and have been 'lead to believe' that a new A460 will be out 'around the end of the year'. Has anyone come across any information concerning this yet?

Since the rumor that the Pro Mustang racers may allow big blocks next year (to even competition and take the advantage away from the turbo guys) I am hoping that a new batch of BBF performance parts may come about as a result.

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Mark Shepherd
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24.4.252.4 Never happen
No score for this post September 12 2001, 8:24 PM

They have been saying that for 5 years.I have 1 pr of new bare $2000.One pr of new complete with major port work $4000.One pr used set up for T&D rockers with rockers (2 rockers need new pushrod cups) major porting. $3400

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Mark J.
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63.24.6.177 Heads
No score for this post September 13 2001, 1:51 AM

Jay,
If that is the type head you want; look at those at flowtechnologies.net. They have some cutaways & flow numbers look almost as good as my C heads.
Hope this helps.
Mark J.

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steven
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207.64.162.197 c heads?
No score for this post October 2 2001, 1:52 PM

what do you mean by C heads? cleveland?

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Mark J.
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63.24.6.152 M-6049-C460
No score for this post October 3 2001, 2:17 AM

This is Ford's sportsman head for the big block. Minimum bore to use with is 4.5. Kinda pricey to install , have to use shaft rockers & custom header flange. It does allow one to pick up 8 extra head fastners per side if the block is set up for it. It picked up where the A & B 460 head left off. It is patterned off the small block Yates head. It is quite different from the E460 Pro Stock head in that it can be used almost as cast.
Later,
Mark J.
 
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