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Old 08-20-2017, 11:21 PM   #1
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Default Z24 head ideas.

So i found that my head has a hole between my #1 and 2 cylinder, when it blew the gasket it the hot gases ate away at the head. So im making the choice to invest in a head and hope to squeeze some hp in aswell. Any suggestions? Sites? Looking for a a head that is ready to bolt on preferably.
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Old 08-21-2017, 12:07 AM   #2
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the last time i suggested a site like that. they sent him shit. and he had to deal with returning them to get it right the second time.

im lucky enough to have one of the best cylinder head companies in the business right here in chattanooga. if they dont have it worked and in stock, they can turn good cores around in about a day an a half in most cases.
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just look for a good reputable machine shop in your area. you should do fine. Cheap never
works the firs time in my experience.
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Im considering a mild cam and stock head Im hoping for enough to pull the truck up a good grade with realistic ease loaded down with six hundred pounds or so
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