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Old 18-07-2012, 09:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
offtapLH
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Default BMF 18 deg sbc cylinder heads

Has anyone used the bmf 18 deg heads ? what are your thoughts on them. Looking at putting a sbc combo around the 406/421 cube mark in the torana . looking to rev it to around the 7600/7800 mark and try and make mid 700 hp range with 12.1 comp....car is driven on the street .
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