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Old 04-29-2011, 09:23 PM
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Stock Aussie Head Flow Numbers?

This one miiight need to sit here a little while, but I know somebody out there must know where I can find flow data on 302 Cleveland heads.

Comparative numbers from open chamber 2V's would be great too! I've found a few examples of those, but another data point never hurt.

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I can't remember where I got the numbers but here's what I have.

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Intake 2.19 valve Exhaust 1.71 valve

.100 62 .100 47
.200 119 .200 84
.300 165 .300 114
.400 189 .400 138
.500 198 .500 162

I also have 2 more. One by an unknown CNC porter and another by powerheads.
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Well thanks but 2.19 and 1.71 means that's a 4V head. I'm looking for Australian 302C closed chamber 2V heads.
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This post should have all that you need:

Ford Mustang Forums : Corral.net Mustang Forum - View Single Post - F/S ( Melb , Australia ) Australia 302 cleveland 2V closed chamber Heads

Knew I should have searched corral first.
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Aha! Excellent, just what I was looking for! And I did a ton of searching myself for this one too.

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