Heads too big?
I have bought a 434 small block Chev (Dart block) that needs rebuilding and am looking for a little advice.
This engine was used for racing and has a very big solid roller cam, Brodix Track 1 heads, single plane intake, etc. I want to rebuild it for street use - nothing wild - maybe a cam of about 230 @ .050" and .520 lift and 9.5 to 1 comp.
My question is: Should I use the Brodix Track 1 heads or are they too big for my planned application? I will probably go with a dual plane intake (maybe Air Gap RPM) and 750 carb. I will bore the engine to get 440 ci.
These heads have 221 cc intake runners, 67cc chambers, 2.08 / 1.60 valves.
Thanks for your opinions.