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    Hi - has anyone got first hand experience of Speedmaster CNC heads? I have seen some reviews and video about them and the feedback is mixed. If someone has fitted or got first hand knowledge of these some consumer feedback will be much appreciated.


    I am looking at buying these;
    Mopar Chrysler SB 318 360 170cc 65cc Hydr-R Complete Aluminum Cylinder Heads


    Thanks in advance for the feedback


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    No experience with Speedmaster products sorry. They also go by the brand Procomp.
    Due diligence via the search function and Google is recommended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedTaxi View Post
    No experience with Speedmaster products sorry. They also go by the brand Procomp.
    Due diligence via the search function and Google is recommended.
    Excellent advice

    Their products are so good they had to change the brand name.

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    I have eddies on mine.
    No experience with Speedmaster so i won't comment

    A relatively new one to hit the market are the Promaxx heads
    Small block Mopar ProMaxx head testing | Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech | Moparts Forums

    Or you can mortgage the house for these
    Victor 340 head master for CNC program. | Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech | Moparts Forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by hq308 View Post
    Excellent advice

    Their products are so good they had to change the brand name.
    AT racing, SSS, Holden Qualifier, Speedmaster, Procomp, tuffbillet, racebillet...prob many more. They sure get around.

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    Caveat Emptor

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH179 View Post
    Caveat Emptor
    Never a truer word spoken when it comes to the aforementioned brands.....

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    Those facebook 19 year old master engine builders with 120 years experience love them.

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    When replying please note the bold text - the post is asking for useful information; flippant comments while sometimes humorous are not helpful in this context. So please keep the posts on subject and if no first hand experience or useful consumer feedback refrain from posting.

    Hi - has anyone got first hand experience of Speedmaster CNC heads? I have seen some reviews and video about them and the feedback is mixed. If someone has fitted or got first hand knowledge of these some consumer feedback will be much appreciated.

    thank you jezza372 your links made interesting reading and much appreciated


    Thanks in advance for the useful feedback

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    You need to learn to read between the lines, the owners of the brand you enquired about have previously made legal threats to the owner of this forum so extreme care needs to be taken when commenting on this subject.

    Some of the comments in this thread may not have answered your original question directly but the were relevant to the topic whether you like it or not.

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    Another one to consider, From all comments I have read BPE are known for their quality.
    BPE Small Block CNC Cylinder Heads | Moparts Hot Deals & New Products | Moparts Forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by hq308 View Post
    You need to learn to read between the lines, the owners of the brand you enquired about have previously made legal threats to the owner of this forum so extreme care needs to be taken when commenting on this subject.

    Some of the comments in this thread may not have answered your original question directly but the were relevant to the topic whether you like it or not.
    Yes.

    If you want the first hand experience you crave, buy the heads.

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    I wasnt joking...

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    Thanks to all who responded - I have since moved my attention to a set of heads from;

    Summit Racing - https://www.summitracing.com/parts/dcc-5153849

    or perhaps a set from

    Hemi Performance - https://www.hemiperformance.com.au/s...-la-block.html

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