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SBC Alum Heads

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SBC Alum Heads

Post by vht » Thu Oct 03, 2019 7:53 pm

Anyone have any real data on the Brodix IK 200 heads? Wondering how they would work on a pump gas 406. Was thinking of using a Comp 12-460-8 hyd roller. 600 lift, 244 duration at .050. Lobe separation 110. I always ran Brodix on my BBC in the race car, not much experience with SB stuff.

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Re: SBC Alum Heads

Post by mag2555 » Fri Oct 04, 2019 6:32 am

Brodix flow numbers have alway been right on the money when tested on my bench , and judging by those numbers those heads in out of the box form should make a solid 525 hp and with a 406 cid motor pull real strong to 6500.

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Re: SBC Alum Heads

Post by BrazilianZ28Camaro » Fri Oct 04, 2019 10:37 am

These are good heads for the money.

I built a 355 SBC for a buddy with these heads ported with a similar cam , 10:1 CR and a tunnel ram.

His 69' full trim Chevelle ran 7.4s in the eight mile with a good light under the front wheels. :D
'71 Z28 street strip car
Pump gas All motor SBC 427
3308 lbs-29x10.5 Hoosiers
NEW BEST ET
1.40 60' / 4.05 330' / 6.32@111.25mph

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Re: SBC Alum Heads

Post by vht » Fri Oct 04, 2019 7:48 pm

I've had good luck with all the BBC Brodix heads. I was just shocked at the price, pretty cheap I thought.

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