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Old 01-11-2012, 01:12 PM   #1
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Default Ported Trickflow 225s?

I am wanting to get the most from my heads and wondering what options are out there. I have heard about people doing lighter valve's, having them hand ported, also 3&5 angle valve jobs but I could not really find anything like back to back flow or dyno results. Thanks for any help.
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I am wanting to get the most from my heads and wondering what options are out there. I have heard about people doing lighter valve's, having them hand ported, also 3&5 angle valve jobs but I could not really find anything like back to back flow or dyno results. Thanks for any help.
Try TEA. Total Engine Air Flow, or contact Brian Tooley.
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I am wanting to get the most from my heads and wondering what options are out there. I have heard about people doing lighter valve's, having them hand ported, also 3&5 angle valve jobs but I could not really find anything like back to back flow or dyno results. Thanks for any help.
Call TEA. You'll be glad you did. There are a few areas that cannot be improved upon with them.

Lighter valves are a definate option with them but improving on their valve job isn't going to happen.
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Call TEA. You'll be glad you did. There are a few areas that cannot be improved upon with them.

Lighter valves are a definate option with them but improving on their valve job isn't going to happen.
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Agree with the other posts, +2 on contacting Brian Tooley
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