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Hello all, how is everyone doing with the quarantine lol. I decided to waste some money sitting home and got me new heads for my 71 Fastback. I have 351C in her 4V and I bought Trick Flow® PowerPort® Cleveland 195 Cylinder Heads with the better springs (1.55" Spring). Do you guys have any reviews on these heads and inputs. Thanks a lot. I paid around $2400 on Summit Racing. With this quarantine I am paying a lot to get my toy better lol. Thanks a lot.

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Amer Salhi

 

1972 Mustang Coupe Blue ( Sold )

1970 Mach 1 Red ( Sold )

1972 Mach 1 Gold ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Mach 1 Green ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Vert Yellow

1971 Mustang Mach 1 Pewter

1972 Mustang Mach 1 Grabber Blue

1971 Mustang Fastback Red

 

 

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Cylinder Head, PowerPort® Cleveland 195, CNC Street Ported, Assy, 62cc Chamber, 1.55" Spring, Ford 351C, Each

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Amer Salhi

 

1972 Mustang Coupe Blue ( Sold )

1970 Mach 1 Red ( Sold )

1972 Mach 1 Gold ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Mach 1 Green ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Vert Yellow

1971 Mustang Mach 1 Pewter

1972 Mustang Mach 1 Grabber Blue

1971 Mustang Fastback Red

 

 

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Which car are they going on? If it is the 73, expect a static compression ratio of about one full number ie. 8.5:1 to 9.5:1. Chuck

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no its going in 1971 Mach 1 351C 4V M Code

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1972 Mustang Coupe Blue ( Sold )

1970 Mach 1 Red ( Sold )

1972 Mach 1 Gold ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Mach 1 Green ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Vert Yellow

1971 Mustang Mach 1 Pewter

1972 Mustang Mach 1 Grabber Blue

1971 Mustang Fastback Red

 

 

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I'm running hem on my rebuilt 351C, built to about 10:1 compression, slightly larger than stock roller cam/valve train. The engine runs really well, very responsive.

Black 1971 Mach 1

351C/FMX/TrickFlow Heads/Lunati Retro Roller Conversion

Classic Auto AC, Manual Front Discs, Upgraded Springs/Shocks/Close-Ratio Steering

 

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yes cam swapped to comp cam extreme 274H, new timing chain, new lifters, new ignition system...etc.

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1972 Mustang Coupe Blue ( Sold )

1970 Mach 1 Red ( Sold )

1972 Mach 1 Gold ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Mach 1 Green ( Sold )

1973 Mustang Vert Yellow

1971 Mustang Mach 1 Pewter

1972 Mustang Mach 1 Grabber Blue

1971 Mustang Fastback Red

 

 

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I have those heads in my 73. It rocks. 432 hp/456 tq to the pavement.

 

Heads-

Trick Flow PowerPort 190 Aluminum Heads- 195cc intake port/112cc exhaust port (TFS-5161B620-C00), combustion chamber volume- 62cc- profiled. 10 3/4 : 1 Surface & port match heads to intake. Ductile iron exhaust valve seats, Manley valves (Intake- #11324-8, Exhaust #11555-8) & spring cups (#42402-16), Comp Cams springs (#930-16), retainers (#741-16)& locks (#611-16), head studs (ARP-154-4004), Blue Thunder valve covers (#VC-SB-C)

 

Valve Train-

Comp Cams hydraulic roller cam- Custom ground, brass lifter bushings, engineer spec'd drain orifice (.040"), Lunati lifters (#72335-16)/ roller rockers (#15380-16), Manley Rods (Intake #25715-8, Exhaust #25715-8)

Cam intake duration @ .050= 230 (236 actual)

Cam exhaust duration @ .050= 236 (240 actual)

Hydraulic Intake/ Exhaust valve- gross lift .588/.600

 

Induction-

Edelbrock Air Gap high rise, dual plane, 1500-6500 rpm intake manifold (#7564). Port match intake to heads.

Quick Fuel BD 750 Carb w/ electric choke.

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Don't be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the Ark...Professionals built the Titanic! ::thumb::

 

 

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I have those heads in my 73. It rocks. 432 hp/456 tq to the pavement.

 

Heads-

Trick Flow PowerPort 190 Aluminum Heads-  195cc intake port/112cc exhaust port (TFS-5161B620-C00), combustion chamber volume- 62cc- profiled. 10 3/4 : 1  Surface & port match heads to intake. Ductile iron exhaust valve seats, Manley valves (Intake- #11324-8, Exhaust #11555-8) & spring cups (#42402-16), Comp Cams springs (#930-16), retainers (#741-16)& locks (#611-16), head studs (ARP-154-4004), Blue Thunder valve covers (#VC-SB-C)

 

Valve Train-

Comp Cams hydraulic roller cam- Custom ground, brass lifter bushings, engineer spec'd drain orifice (.040"), Lunati lifters (#72335-16)/ roller rockers (#15380-16), Manley Rods (Intake #25715-8, Exhaust #25715-8)

Cam intake duration @ .050= 230 (236 actual)

Cam exhaust duration @ .050= 236  (240 actual)

Hydraulic Intake/ Exhaust valve- gross lift  .588/.600

 

Induction-

Edelbrock Air Gap high rise, dual plane, 1500-6500 rpm intake manifold (#7564). Port match intake to heads. 

  Quick Fuel BD 750 Carb w/ electric choke.

I’m looking at these heads too! Do you have any videos of ur mustang? I wanna wake up my 351 Cleveland 2V

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