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    Default A look at the new "original style" Canfield 310...

    New oringial style Canfield 310s ready for release. New upgrades include new design 118cc 100% CNC chambers with vastly improved low and mid-lift flow numbers, and structural upgrades to rocker bosses and coolant passages.
    *Heads are 100% US made and use all US valve train (where possible) maintaining and continuing the well known Canfield quality.
    *Heads are cast using 356A material and heat treated to T6 temper.
    *.700" thick deck
    *Ex ports raised .600"
    *2.25" x 1.88" severe duty REV stainless valves
    *US made 4140 10* retainers and locks
    *US made 4140 guide plates and screw in studs
    *US made manganese bronze guides
    *Super clean .700" lift roller springs
    *Carefully assembled with guide clearance, seat depth and valve job run-out tolerances strictly maintained.
    *Heads available fully assembled or bare w/valve job.
    *Hyd roller and flat tappet springs available
    *Ti retainer upgrade availabe
    ...and of course, custom porting available as well.

    As cast flow numbers:
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    .2 165.0/165.4/121.9
    .3 235.1/239.2/170.4
    .4 300.9/294.0/211.8
    .5 340.1/321.5/240.3
    .6 357.9/338.8/260.6
    .7 355.8/341.3/273.9
    .8 350.9/347.6/280.8

    We will be offering an optional CNC bowl blend for this head which significantly increases mid and upper lift flow without sacraficing low lift. Base head package will include hand blended seats and bowls.

    CNC bowl blend flow numbers:

    .2 169.7/172.3/123.2
    .3 246.0/244.2/170.5
    .4 311.5/295.0/212.4
    .5 353.0/328.8/245.4
    .6 372.7/354.0/273.9
    .7 372.5/364.2/295.1
    .8 372.7/370.4/309.4

    Remember...these are the old style 310's...New Generation Canfield designs are under way, so stay tuned.





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    SO..how much $$, got a 565 pump-gas deal, want to go with 4-7 cam swap, one 1050, and vacuum pump..or should I keep my edelbrock #60409's...I do have the jesels rockers for edelbrocks.....thanks

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    Did the old Canfields have the exhaust ports raised that high?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 28Eliminator View Post
    Did the old Canfields have the exhaust ports raised that high?


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    Just looking, I would say the exhaust port is the same. first thing I noticed was the core plug missing from the front and the name is in script instead of block letters.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone Green View Post
    SO..how much $$, got a 565 pump-gas deal, want to go with 4-7 cam swap, one 1050, and vacuum pump..or should I keep my edelbrock #60409's...I do have the jesels rockers for edelbrocks.....thanks
    I run almost that exact set up. Nothing fancy, just a 10:1 CR, small solid 4-7 swap cam, single 8896 Dominator, no vacuum pump and made right at 800 HP with out of the box AFR 335 CNCs never going over 7200 RPM. Ski with it, screw around at the lake, bracket race, great all around motor. A good friend has the same combo as me (actually since he built his first I guess I have the same combo as him ;-) )except a TR with 650 DPs, same heads and the same power... Really nice being able to pull up to any gas pump and top it off with 91 pump gas!! Good luck with your build!!
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    How would these work on a 12.5 compression stack injected 468? The K motor has steel heads and when I move the blower over to the Mopar, I am going to drop the 468 into the wife's Litchfield with the Crowers on it. I figure with a little more cam some good flow would still leave room to bump the compression up if these are smaller chambers than the steel heads. Not sure what heads are on the 468 now as I can't read the casting numbers without pulling stuff off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David 519 View Post
    I run almost that exact set up. Nothing fancy, just a 10:1 CR, small solid 4-7 swap cam, single 8896 Dominator, no vacuum pump and made right at 800 HP with out of the box AFR 335 CNCs never going over 7200 RPM. Ski with it, screw around at the lake, bracket race, great all around motor. A good friend has the same combo as me (actually since he built his first I guess I have the same combo as him ;-) )except a TR with 650 DPs, same heads and the same power... Really nice being able to pull up to any gas pump and top it off with 91 pump gas!! Good luck with your build!!
    Thank you..slow but sure this will happen....

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoc653 View Post
    How would these work on a 12.5 compression stack injected 468? The K motor has steel heads and when I move the blower over to the Mopar, I am going to drop the 468 into the wife's Litchfield with the Crowers on it. I figure with a little more cam some good flow would still leave room to bump the compression up if these are smaller chambers than the steel heads. Not sure what heads are on the 468 now as I can't read the casting numbers without pulling stuff off.
    These heads will bolt right on a 468 and offer plenty of flow. Chambers are 118cc and can be flat milled to about 107-108cc's without a lot of trouble. If you have any questions give me a call. 805 350 1159
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