1994 Gt heads needed

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Cody.B1

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Looking for a set of cylinder heads for a stock bottom end 302. The gt40 heads i picked up dont seem like there worth the hassle to re-spring for a cam and such. New heads are not in my budget. Thanks.
 
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General karthief

wonder how much it would cost to ship you a pair
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Budget springs and seals are around $150, I just googled sbf valve springs and found a bunch of choices, not that bad.
 

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dude, if you cant afford a decent set of valve springs, what makes you think you can afford a decent set of heads?
 

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Not anymore expensive to do gt40 heads then it is to do E7's. They all require the same checks, flatness, valve jobs, seals, springs, etc.

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dude, if you cant afford a decent set of valve springs, what makes you think you can afford a decent set of heads?
I think it's more about him thinkin that a pair of GT40's aren't worth the investment to bring them up to speed, as opposed to not being able to afford the springs to do it.
 
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Cody.B1

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I can afford the valve spring that's not the problem. With the cam kit"$700" with everything and the intake and heads "$300". I could just get a set of set of heads "$1,000-1500" new and just buy the small cam kit.
 
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