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    Patriot Heads? 400 sbc on a budget.

    Are theses patriot heads any good? Better than procomp? Im looking to build a low budget 400 drag racing only motor. Still stock rods and pistons, Any suggestions? on everything. Its going in a 95 s15. tubbed Reg cab shortbed. Thanx.

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    Same heads as ProComp same castings.

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    These heads are a much better choice.
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    Carl, i like those heads, hadn't seen them before. The flow #'s are better out of the box than Brodix Track 1's, CNC ported by Brodix. Looks like they could be a good blower motor head in the solid version also. Thanks for posting them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    Carl, i like those heads, hadn't seen them before. The flow #'s are better out of the box than Brodix Track 1's, CNC ported by Brodix. Looks like they could be a good blower motor head in the solid version also. Thanks for posting them.

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    I have been looking at them for quite a while and considering them on some of the up coming builds.
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    I did a 350 budget engine & chose to use patriot heads over the procomps because they were a better looking casting, although both are cast in China I believe. I bought them bare & added my valves etc that I already had. overall I am happy with them.

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    I'd like to see a set of patriots on my flow bench. Looking at pictures I can find on the web, I'm just not seeing 295CFM. Overall port design leads me to believe they would be right around 260 out of the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccperf721p
    I'd like to see a set of patriots on my flow bench. Looking at pictures I can find on the web, I'm just not seeing 295CFM. Overall port design leads me to believe they would be right around 260 out of the box.
    I think you're right. ProComp list their 210 runner @ 254 int. @ 700 lift.

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    Re: Patriot Heads? 400 sbc on a budget.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff82z28
    Are theses patriot heads any good? Better than procomp? Im looking to build a low budget 400 drag racing only motor. Still stock rods and pistons, Any suggestions? on everything. Its going in a 95 s15. tubbed Reg cab shortbed. Thanx.
    What do you want to spend on a set of heads.
    AFR heads are an awesome head out of the box..
    Dart and RHS are a good strong second.
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    Got a set of procomp 210 heads on my 406 with manley hard ware work great very happy.


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