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    Default quality SBC alloy heads

    The more complete the better changing whole top end so can buy cam and intake to suit

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    Call - Graham at

    Total Flow Cylinder Heads PTY LTD
    Address: 175A Stephen St, Yarraville VIC 3013
    Phone03) 9362 0266

    He has his own brand sbc heads and for an Aussie company he is as competitive and the Americans.

    You wont find a website as he hasn't quite grasped the concept of websales but he is very well known in the sprint car world.
    He who dies with the most toys wins !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickss355 View Post
    Call - Graham at

    Total Flow Cylinder Heads PTY LTD
    Address: 175A Stephen St, Yarraville VIC 3013
    Phone03) 9362 0266

    He has his own brand sbc heads and for an Aussie company he is as competitive and the Americans.

    You wont find a website as he hasn't quite grasped the concept of websales but he is very well known in the sprint car world.
    I just got an engine built with these heads. Graeme is very good to deal with, I purchased the whole top end off him as he is the Comp cams dealer as well. Heads, springs and valves come to $1200 fully assembled. Heads will support 500hp no worries. I reckon you'd be hard pressed to find better value for money then these heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75TNR View Post
    I just got an engine built with these heads. Graeme is very good to deal with, I purchased the whole top end off him as he is the Comp cams dealer as well. Heads, springs and valves come to $1200 fully assembled. Heads will support 500hp no worries. I reckon you'd be hard pressed to find better value for money then these heads.
    Does he do a sbc intake manifold ? if so did you get one and do you have a pic ?
    He who dies with the most toys wins !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickss355 View Post
    Does he do a sbc intake manifold ? if so did you get one and do you have a pic ?
    As far as I'm aware he doesn't do his own sbc manifold. I had my heart set on a Edelbrock Victor Jnr. But both Greame and my engine builder talked me into an RPM Air Gap.

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    Thanks mick and 75tnr will give him a call

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    I air gapped my dual plane torque power - um well i made an air gap type spacer and it worked a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75TNR View Post
    I had my heart set on a Edelbrock Victor Jnr. But both Greame and my engine builder talked me into an RPM Air Gap.
    Personally i'd only take an airgap over a vic jr or super vic if it was free or I had an old school flat tappet or hydraulic cam and not a modern roller .. Whatstyle cam do you have mate??

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulzig View Post
    Personally i'd only take an airgap over a vic jr or super vic if it was free or I had an old school flat tappet or hydraulic cam and not a modern roller .. Whatstyle cam do you have mate??
    haha I know how you hate dual planes Pauly and I was set on the single plan but I couldn't argue against the experience of the two guys giving me advice. The last engine Greame dynoed with the same combo as mine went 500ft/lbs and that's more then enough for me. Cam is a Comp cams XR 294HR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75TNR View Post
    I just got an engine built with these heads. Graeme is very good to deal with, I purchased the whole top end off him as he is the Comp cams dealer as well. Heads, springs and valves come to $1200 fully assembled. Heads will support 500hp no worries. I reckon you'd be hard pressed to find better value for money then these heads.
    Agreed, ^^ that sounds to be a cracker deal.

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    Are these china castings but machined here ??

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    Chinese castings.

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