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    procomp????

    i seen some procomp bbc heads on ebay and the like for 500 to 600 dollars they come bare wit 320 cc ports and 115 cc chambers has anyone here ever used them or know anything about them

    thanks
    Justin

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    I asked a similar question and the repsonse was that they were ok for a mild street motor without nitrous or boost, not ok for a race, deck thickness is on the thin side about 3/8.
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    Re: procomp????

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinLadner
    i seen some procomp bbc heads on ebay and the like for 500 to 600 dollars they come bare wit 320 cc ports and 115 cc chambers has anyone here ever used them or know anything about them

    thanks
    Justin
    It's been posted here 1,000 times, .. they are JUNK, ..
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    I would take Curtis advise 100%..this is what he does everyday..
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    sorry yall i didnt look to well one here to see the other posts! thanks for the input i got back

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinLadner
    sorry yall i didnt look to well one here to see the other posts! thanks for the input i got back
    Justin,

    Glad you posted, and I'm glad to post and save you the trouble of those
    heads, .. .. we're here to help each other, ..

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    if you anything like me you probualy think you need aluminum to go fast like in small blocks no really if you want a way better head for almost the same cost buy the summit 305cc heads they are really dart heads and they'll support all the horsepower you need un-ported.

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    hey thanks for the returns yall,,,,,,,,,no it not that i just think i need aluminum to go fast its jus if they were good thats cheaper than most stock redone gm heads,,,and i am on a very very tight budget

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    hey yall i dont mean to keep beatin a dead horse by askin this but on a
    street motor that would not see alot of strip time or ever have nitrous no boost,,,would they make decent power thanks justin ladner


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