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I am looking at a pair of 193 heads, that have been ported and polished and have larger exhaust valves installed. They are off of a 350 so they are supposed to be 64cc. I am just looking to put these on my 210/327 to get by and have a little more fun for now. Does anybody have any opinions on these heads good bad or otherwise?
 

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Mortec says : 14102193...87-up...305/350......1.94"/1.5" valves. Another site says : 14102193 305/350 87-95 1.84/1.50

Doesn't sound good to me. I would try :http://www.aeroheadracing.com/id7.html

305-350-400

1986 & Earlier, 65 or 76cc Combustion Chambers, 2.02X1.60 or 1.94X1.50 Stainless Valves, .525 Lift Springs, 3/8 Screw in Studs Installed

$399.00

New cast iron replacement heads for small block Chevy's. Assembled with 1.94 x 1.50 valves, .525 lift springs, steel retainers and 3/8 screw in studs. 72 cc combustion chambers with a 165 cc intake runner. Modern design fast burn combustion chamber design.


$625.00
 

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I got all the info off of chevytech but was wondering if anybody had any experience with these heads or if anybody knew the intake runner cc.
 

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If you already have a manifold then buy the darts for 625 @ aerohead. Or you can get some rebuilt vortecs with 5 angle valve job and and screw in studs set up for 500" lift at tri head for $450. I have never used those heads you mentioned and porting can vary. Could be a backyard job that didn't do much or hurt performance. Some shops can get stockers to run hard with the right porting but most use other stock heads.
 
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