New Trickflow Heads

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    just wondering did anybody hear any more on the new trickflow 11r heads.a release date maybe....
     
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    I was told mid September....

    Ti retainer version is around $1020/each going of memory. If I van help you with a set let me know...

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    im curious to see what kinda power you can make with them over something like a raised runner 20* head
     
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    are these street/strip or a straight up racing head?
     
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    None of the info I have seen has mentioned emissions legality... I just tried trick flow but I forgot they shut down the phones for lunch 12-1pm

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    Yeah I haven't seen any numbers and heard any solid info yet. At $2000 a pair they'd have to be awesome for me to go that route over the new AFR 195...totally bad ass

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    ok, let me rephrase. Is this a suitable head for a street driven stroker or is it best left for the devoted track cars?
     
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    Be just fine...I've been told they will fit a standard TFS notch piston and based on this angles I believe will add even more PTV so a inline notch should still work just fine also.

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    honestly for that kind of money id start looking towards canted valve heads. i saw a set of new edlebrock Sc-1's with a sheet metal intake with 2 foggers on it and 2 1050 QFX carbs for 5000... hell you can find C3's pretty damn cheap also these days
     
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    have they released any flow #'s on them yet.
     
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    Not that I have seen...

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    well i was looking at them on summits website,they look bad ass.do you guys think it would be a big improvement over the edelbrock performer rpm heads i have on my 351w now.i was kinda leaning toward the 56cc chamber heads to up my already low compression. (dish pistons)
     
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    Personally anything would be better then the Rpm heads you have now...the AFR 195 is a bad head as well and they are a tad cheaper. I'm excited about these TFS offerings been a long time since something truly new was brought out for the small block ford

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