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Newold

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  1. +1 on what Hemikiller said. I got the 6915 with the black ceramic coating. They fit and look great and you still have decent ground clearance.

     

     

    I need some with bigger tubes. I’ll have to much restriction with 1 3/4” primary tubes

     

     

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  2. i would check the internals of the procomp heads! If they have procomp springs, guides, and valves you can kiss that motor goodbye in a very short period of time.

     

     

    Ok I sold the procomp heads. Looking at either trick flow 325’s or Kaase p51’s

    Any input?

     

     

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  3. ProComp Electronics aka Speedmaster79 is a knockoff company through and through. They gained notoriety with their ProComp 6AL ignition. They were eventually sued by MSD and lost for copycat tactics.

     

    Some fun reading...

     

    https://forums.corral.net/threads/new-ignition-box-for-your-hot-rod-foxbody-pics.1385271/

     

    https://www.mercurycougar.net/forums/showthread.php?32988-ProComp-Distributors&s=feac9d4a2d99c6edae4a880b8de23278

     

     

    I also recently found out that they had a "deal" with Terry Parker of Parker Funnelweb intake fame. Instead of distributing his product, they sent it to China, copied his product and put him out of business.

     

    Their R&D is "rob and duplicate", not putting in money and hours to provide a better product than the other guy. IMO, as an employee of a performance parts company, I wouldn't spend a dime on their products.

     

     

    Thanks hemi

     

     

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  4. Absolutely. Just do a quick search on google about ANYTHING Procomp. Its mostly Chinese knock off junk. I wouldn't run any of their stuff in my car. But i have heard of people having decent luck with their bare aluminum heads and putting in quality valvetrain components. I guess the castings are decent but the parts they put in them are absolute junk. Even the guides have a tendency to wear prematurely or break and fail.

     

     

    Thanks. Doing some more checking now

     

     

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  5. i would check the internals of the procomp heads! If they have procomp springs, guides, and valves you can kiss that motor goodbye in a very short period of time.

     

     

    I haven’t heard that before. I’ll check. Thanks

     

     

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