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Old June 16th, 2010, 08:56 PM
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Default SBC Canfield Heads, Fully Ported

This is a very nice set of fully ported Canfield heads for a small block chevy. They would be great for a 383-406 motor. They have 215cc intake runners.
They are unassembled and have never been ran since port work or surfacing. Pictures dp not do them justice. They include some very nice parts. They come with BRAND NEW Ferrea valves. 2.100/1.600. Valves costed $275. They also come with a BRAND NEW set of Comp Cams 26115-16 Roller Valve Springs.....these springs are $482/set. (The box got wet so I don't have the original box...but I kept the label with all the pertinent info). Also included is a BRAND NEW set of Comp Cams Titanium 10 degree retainers, part number 733-16. These cost $292.

Valves costed $275
Springs costed $482
Retainers costed $292
Thats $1049 just in components!!!!

I'll take $1100 for everything....heads and all parts.
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$1000.....or will trade towards a bigger set of heads
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Whats the combustion chamber size???
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I honestly don't know. Haven't had them checked. If you are serious about buying them, I can find out for sure.
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