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6 cyl H head differences ?

I have heard there is a difference in the 226 48 -51 H heads .

I have a 8HA , 0HA , and a 1HA head but they are on the motors so I can not see the combustion cambers . Is there a difference in cc's ?

I also assume that the G series heads (41-47) wont work on the later motors ?
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My memory is that all H heads have the same combustion chamber and compression ratio. The M head has larger chambers. The G head may bolt on and work on an H engine, but the combustion chamber in the H head is a better design.
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