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We just finished porting a set of Trick Flow Twisted Wedge heads here at the shop. Thought I would share some pics and flow numbers. They are 2.02/1.60 valve heads. All the pics and flow numbers can also be found on my new website: www.50flow.com

 

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Here are the flow numbers off my bench. Tested at 10 inches and corrected to 28 inches. No flow tube on exhaust.

Intake
lift/as cast/ ported
0.100/62.1/63.8
0.200/126.9/134.6
0.300/183.9/201.8
0.400/222.5/245.9
0.450/238.4/253.6
0.500/248.4/262.9
0.550/246.7/269.8
0.600/245.6/264.9
0.650/245.0/263.9
0.700/243.2/265.0

Exhaust
lift/as cast/ ported
0.100/43.1/40.7
0.200/84.5/91.4
0.300/119.0/127.7
0.400/143.2/155.3
0.450/151.8/167.3
0.500/158.7/175.9
0.550/163.9/185.6
0.600/167.3/193.2
0.650/169.1/200.1
0.700/171.1/204.6
 

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its good to see you doing ford heads. just start doing them???. I know the mopar engine and heads you ported makes GREAT power. so i know the ford heads will do the same.do you build ford engine also?
 

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No, we haven't built any SB Ford Engines yet. I wanted to try Porting some Ford stuff for something different. I am hoping to find some Ford customers that want to send us their heads for port work. It is always exciting to see what you can get a style of head you never worked on before, to flow. E-mail me at [email protected] if anyone wants a price on some Ford port work.
Dave
 

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good morning Shadydell

what exhaust valve did you use? Was it a nail head or more of a tulip?

I like the exhaust - no pipe eh? Looks like things will blow down with that port


thanks for the pics and info

Jim

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