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 Post subject: Race Rite heads BBC
 Post Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2006 10:22 am 
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Rick have you done any flow test or porting on the race rite heads. Or curtis if you are out there.

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No, I haven't seen any of them.

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 Post subject: Re: Race Rite heads BBC
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Mike Rogers wrote:
Rick have you done any flow test or porting on the race rite heads. Or curtis if you are out there.




Mike who makes them???

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i think brodix


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Yes they are the brodix oval ports. I would like to know if they are ok in the stock form or need to be touched up.

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Mike Rogers wrote:
Yes they are the brodix oval ports. I would like to know if they are ok in the stock form or need to be touched up.


Mike,

Yea I've worked on those, .. nice head for the price.

I would do a minor bowl blend and a valve job before I ran them
myself. What's the application?

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Curts i have a customer with a 396 bbc 2 gen camaro. Write now it has square ports on them. Car has no bottom end off the line.

We changed the cam in it to smaller one in hopes to pu the bottem end he has not taken the car to the track yet.

I,am pretty sure we will switch it over to this head some time.

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Mike,

Yea square port heads are just too much for a 396, ..

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Curts i knew that in the back of my head that they were to big but i,am know drag racer so i did not know if he needed more gear like some guys were telling him.

As him and me talked we came to the conclusion that the race rites would be the way to go. Not to menchion the weight diffrents.

He runs in the 12.0 index at atco.


ps: how is the cnc machine going.

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Mike Rogers wrote:
Curts i knew that in the back of my head that they were to big but i,am know drag racer so i did not know if he needed more gear like some guys were telling him.

As him and me talked we came to the conclusion that the race rites would be the way to go. Not to menchion the weight diffrents.

He runs in the 12.0 index at atco.


ps: how is the cnc machine going.


Yep I think the race rites will work well.

The CnC stuff went very, very well. heck I was teaching them stuff
about their machine by the third day of training. To be fair I've been working
in MasterCam for a while and had a bunch of help from friends
like Darin Morgan and David Cox at Sonny's, .. so I was kinda trained before
I got to training.

machine should be set up in my shop and running in a few weeks.

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=D> =D> Cool I know where I'm getting my next set of heads..... \:D/ \:D/ \:D/ \:D/

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Mike,
One of my friends just installed a set of the RR Ovals on his pump gas 505. Previously he had a set of GM 781's. Unfortunatly the dang thing won't hook so we have yet to determine how much ET they were worth!!! It should easily have 10.60's in it once we get the suspension lined out.

10.87 @ 123.36 (781 GM heads)

6.80 @ 100 blowing the tires off!! =; (RR Ovals)

'72 Chevelle
4000 lb with driver

505
10:1
RR Ovals
Performer RPM
HP 950
2" headers
248/254 @ .050 .654/.654 on 107 LSA
TH-400
ATI 8" Treemaster
4.10 gears
29 x 10.50's
stock suspension


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Here's a pic of his Chevelle in action at Ozark International Raceway.

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Mike,
One of my friends just installed a set of the RR Ovals on his pump gas 505. Previously he had a set of GM 781's. Unfortunatly the dang thing won't hook so we have yet to determine how much ET they were worth!!! It should easily have 10.60's in it once we get the suspension lined out.

10.87 @ 123.36 (781 GM heads)

6.80 @ 100 blowing the tires off!! =; (RR Ovals)

'72 Chevelle
4000 lb with driver

505
10:1
RR Ovals
Performer RPM
HP 950
2" headers
248/254 @ .050 .654/.654 on 107 LSA
TH-400
ATI 8" Treemaster
4.10 gears
29 x 10.50's
stock suspension


Those are the exact heads on my 66' Chevelle 496 ci 850 holly dp holley strip dominator intake , turbo 400 trans with brake like I said on your other post best E.T yesterday was 11.15 @ 120.62 60' 1.57 with 4.11 rear

So I guess those are some good heads for Iron anyway \:D/ \:D/

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