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Edelbrock Performer RPM CNC Cylinder Heads

Edelbrock Performer RPM cylinder heads for 455 c.i.d. Pontiac engines are now available with a CNC machined chamber. Performer RPM CNC cylinder heads have the same specifications as Edelbrock’s Performer RPM cylinder heads for 1962-79 455 c.i.d. Pontiac engines, but feature a revised CNC machined combustion chamber design with an all-new spark plug location for

Dart Pro1 Big-Block Cylinder Heads

Despite having been on the market for decades Dart’s Pro1 big-block cylinder heads receive constant upgrades. In fact, this is the essence of their universal appeal—their development never ends. Originally introduced in 1982, David Reher of Reher Morrison says, “There is nothing that compares with the Pro1. They have been the best bang for the

COMP Performance RHS 3.900″ Bore LS7 CNC-Ported Cylinder Heads

RHS 3.900” Bore LS7 CNC-ported cylinder heads from COMP Performance Group, are rectangular-port heads that can bolt onto 5.7L-6.0L LS engine blocks for up to 100 hp gains over the stock components. The heads’ intake ports are raised .220” from the stock location for a straight line of sight into the cylinder. Additionally, a .750”-

Weld Tech Announces Ownership Change

Weld Tech has been a leader in providing C.N.C. Ported Cylinder Heads to the high performance motorsports industry for 25 years.   Debra Weld, President of Weld Tech a provider of C.N.C. ported cylinder heads, has entered into an agreement of sale with Chris Grace. “Chris has been with Weld Tech for sixteen years, and we

Combo 5-axis CNC Cylinder Head & Block Machining Center

CNC port cylinder heads, blueprint and CNC machine engine blocks and make all kinds of parts with one machine the Centroid A560. See the machine in action porting cylinder heads and machining blocks. Company: Centroid

Head Stands for the Bridgeport Mill

Here is another great idea on how to expand the use of your Bridgeport knee mill, its a set of adjustable risers used to support irregular shaped cylinder heads, John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine Shop describes the way that they are used. Edwards is also the author of Turret Mill Operation, a