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    Default Dart Pro1 325/ 335 heads

    Any one running the DartPro1 335 heads????....Likes and dislikes?????? I ran across a cnc ported set I was thinking about getting for my 496 bbc
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    I have the 355's on my drag car motor and only got them cause good deal on eBay. Your size motor the 335's are perfect. A friend of mines 496 with , 10-1, [email protected] cam, dart intake with Cnc 335's made 802hp on dyno

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    If it were me spending the money I would keep looking! Dart heads leave alot on the table! JMO!


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    geeeze! dont everyone respond at once...LOL
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    You would probably get a better response if you post your question on the dyno section...


    Cripple Midget Racing on the forum has a 496 that made 816hp with Dart 325's. I use AFR 335's on my 565 and made 950hp. However, both of these motors have 14:1 compression and big cams. Hope this helps...
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    If it were me spending the money I would keep looking! Dart heads leave alot on the table! JMO!

    Leave alot on the table?? Like what? For a bolt on, hassle free, not exotic valve angle head the darts are great. What is left you are thinking?

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    I decide that Im going to go with a new set of the AFR 325 with the new big stick
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    No guru here by any means.

    Barry (obnoxious on the boards) built my 565 and chose those heads along with the dart block and intake. . No clue about HP as didn't dyno. I do know that i now have a cruiser that touches 80 and runs on pump gas, so I'm happy. Coming into my 4th season with changing nothing but the oil and new plugs this year (though didn't need to I suspect, just wanted to feel like a mechanic, I guess...lol).

    He mentioned that he would have chose the 345's, but I wanted to run a log exaust to retain the sleeper look, feel and sound, so the 325's were the best choice.

    I think like just about anything on these boards you'll find 5 that like and 5 that dislike, on just about anything " The sky is blue". "No, it's not".. Lol. I'd find the few people you trust and go with what they suggest.
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    oops.. too late. lol
    Is it just me or are toilet seats getting smaller?

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    Who are you going through to get them?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherWolf View Post
    I decide that Im going to go with a new set of the AFR 325 with the new big stick
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickythefish View Post
    Who are you going through to get them?
    Summit
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    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherWolf View Post
    I decide that Im going to go with a new set of the AFR 325 with the new big stick
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    Great head choice! As cast or CNC?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    Great head choice! As cast or CNC?

    CNC
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