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    Default Brand new afr 335 heads with t&d rockers

    Brand new (these heads have never been run) AFR 335 CNC heads done by Joey Grose in Lodi with flow sheets. (cost 2912.91 bare)

    Manley race master valves 2.3" int 1.88" exh (cost 265.00)
    Manley 1.625 roller springs 330# seat and 900# open @ .800 (cost 550.00)
    Manley titanium retainers and 10 degree locks (cost 285.00)
    Competition valve job by Joey Grose (cost 350.00)
    Some bowl blending done by Joey Grose (cost 500.00)

    All the best stuff all brand new still in the bags from Joey Grose

    T&D shaft mounted rockers brand new and still in the box (cost 1560.00)

    These heads flow 417 @ .800 int and 270 @ .800 exhaust on Joeys bench with the flow sheets to prove it. They are ready to bolt on to your short block.

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    $4000.00 for complete heads and brand new T&D rockers. This would cost $6423.00 to duplicate plus these heads are always back ordered for 6-10 weeks
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    Default Price Drop

    price lowered to $4000.00 for brand new heads and rockers

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    Joey does great work.
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    Are the heads cut already for the t&d rockers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panic Attack View Post
    Are the heads cut already for the t&d rockers?
    I talked with T&D and they said that the AFR heads do not need to be cut for the rockers. The kit will bolt on and may need some shims to dial in the geometry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdog View Post
    I talked with T&D and they said that the AFR heads do not need to be cut for the rockers. The kit will bolt on and may need some shims to dial in the geometry.
    They told me the same thing about my Brodix bb2's so I bought them and had to return the rockers because they wouldn't work without milling
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    Not sure about the AFR's, but I have BB2 extra's and it states in bold from T&D that Brodix heads will have to be cut. It doesn't specify any other brand. If they do need to be cut it is a very simple process for a machinist, and not very costly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Instigator View Post
    Not sure about the AFR's, but I have BB2 extra's and it states in bold from T&D that Brodix heads will have to be cut. It doesn't specify any other brand. If they do need to be cut it is a very simple process for a machinist, and not very costly.
    I would love to have the t & D 's but the heads were already on the motor so I shipped them back. If these are truly a bolt on deal I am very interested. Why don't you mount them on the heads and take a few pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panic Attack View Post
    I would love to have the t & D 's but the heads were already on the motor so I shipped them back. If these are truly a bolt on deal I am very interested. Why don't you mount them on the heads and take a few pics.
    I got the stuff out and it will bolt on. In order to set them up right you have to take off the springs and I do not have a spring compressor that is strong enough to get these things off. The long rocker bar has steps in the boottom of it so that it clears the heads. There is a whole bag of shims that go between the rocker bosses and the rocker bar. It comes with a tool that allows you to set the height of the rocker bar, but it has to be done with the springs off. When I hold the rocker bar about 1/8"-3/16" above the rocker bosses it looks like the height is about right. The exhaust rockers are on individual stands that bolt to the rocker boss and the long rocker bar. This is really the first time I have opened up the rockers and looked at how they bolt on. But there will be no machining needed.
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    What is the chamber cc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panic Attack View Post
    What is the chamber cc
    119cc
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