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    Does anyone know anything about these heads? Are they any good? Brodix bb2 with 320 runners and combustion chambers machined down to 115cc. 2.30 intake 1.88 exhaust. Came off a N/A 540 on alky. Looking to throw them on a blown alky 468 to run 8's
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    Nice heads, I have a set, that flow well, mine were ported by Brandywine. Mine have Jesel on them as well. I would recommend them.

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    That's a HUGE head on a 468, even under a blower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    That's a HUGE head on a 468, even under a blower.
    Unless someone got jiggy with a grinder, I think that head is actually a 305 port.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Unless someone got jiggy with a grinder, I think that head is actually a 305 port.
    I agree. The BB2 comes with a 2.25 valve so I would "assume" these are bigger if the valve upgrade was done right.
    The RM "Big Brodie" was a 320cc port with a 2.30 valve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    The BB2 comes with a 2.25 valve so I would "assume" these are bigger if the valve upgrade was done right.
    Standard Brodix BB2 from Brodix and Reher Morrison are 305 with a 2.25 intake.



    BB-2 305 cc 119 cc 2.250/1.880 Standard Standard HV 2000/
    HV 2001
    BB-2 PLUS 312 cc 119 cc 2.250/1.880 Standard Standard HV 2000/
    HV 2001
    STS BB-2 PLUS 320 cc 119 cc 2.250/1.880 Standard Standard HV 2000/
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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Standard Brodix BB2 from Brodix and Reher Morrison are 305 with a 2.25 intake.



    BB-2 305 cc 119 cc 2.250/1.880 Standard Standard HV 2000/
    HV 2001
    BB-2 PLUS 312 cc 119 cc 2.250/1.880 Standard Standard HV 2000/
    HV 2001
    STS BB-2 PLUS 320 cc 119 cc 2.250/1.880 Standard Standard HV 2000/
    HV 2001
    Look at the picture: You see in the upper right where it says "Big Brodie"? AFAIK that's a 320cc head with a 2.30 valve, out of the box. Some call it a BB2 (it's a BB2 plus)

    ETA: OK, seems there are all sorts of "Big Brodie" heads. 305, 320's BB2's BB3's, Big Briodie, Big Brodie II ...now I'm confuzzd...
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Look at the picture: You see in the upper right where it says "Big Brodie"? AFAIK that's a 320cc head with a 2.30 valve, out of the box. Some call it a BB2 (it's a BB2 plus)

    ETA: OK, seems there are all sorts of "Big Brodie" heads. 305, 320's BB2's BB3's, Big Briodie, Big Brodie II ...now I'm confuzzd...
    Join the party Steel. Brodix is one of the most confusing manufactures to deal with. Ever looked at the CC for the "2X" series heads?? The 2Xtra is a 365 head, but the CNC version of the 2Xtra head is 355.

    When the Big Brodie thing was first thrown around, the only heads they made were BB1s and Big Chief type, and those were refered to as Big Brodies. Now there are more "Big Brodie" heads than not.



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    Just to further confuse things.....my 280 cc Rectangles say Big Brodie on them also, same spot.......

    BB1, no cnc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    Just to further confuse things.....my 280 cc Rectangles say Big Brodie on them also, same spot.......

    BB1, no cnc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Oh fine!
    I'am glad you shed some light on Brodix part #s
    I have always been confused on the labels they interchange
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    I know the heads well. They were a design that RM was working on with Brodix to release and take over the world. Only a few sets were ever cast up. The partnership fell through and they were never mass produced. In speaking with Darin Morgan of these heads, he was part of the design and really liked them and what they were going to be. At the time, he was really hoping that the deal would stay together and they could take a nice chunk of the market. I don't know how many sets made it into the world, but they are out there. I ran 8.20s with my set on a naturally aspirated BBC in my Cadillac. Those heads went off and ran on a K-boat to the tune of 1400+ on the dyno on alcohol.
    They work and have a pretty wide sweetspot as aftermarket heads go.
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    I believe they are a little bigger than "ideal", BA is so forgiving (in an 8.0 boat) it will be fine.
    IF you have them run them. IF you are looking to buy them... well, there are better options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Look at the picture: You see in the upper right where it says "Big Brodie"? AFAIK that's a 320cc head with a 2.30 valve, out of the box. Some call it a BB2 (it's a BB2 plus)

    ETA: OK, seems there are all sorts of "Big Brodie" heads. 305, 320's BB2's BB3's, Big Briodie, Big Brodie II ...now I'm confuzzd...
    All Brodix heads for the big block chevy say Big Brodie on them. The part number. Seriel number. And model # are stamped on the end of them. In laymans terms a-2 will have that stamped on the end if the head with a serial #. A cnc head also has cnc and who did it stamped in the end.

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