Used Pro street steel heads 76cc

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$1100+ship Used Pro street steel heads 76cc.

Bought from a member on the FB group, and I am now realizing I will want more out of my build. They are used as they came from him. They have upgraded springs (was told is has the SS 300 cam kit spring in it), not 100% on specs

New cost from CadCo is $1900+ship

Please forgive the mess in the picture I can get better pictures tomorrow.

I’m in WA state
 

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2007 Magnum SRT8, 1957 F100
Are you going with Boogieman heads or what?
 

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Are you going with Boogieman heads or what?
That’s exactly the plan, I realized my build is going to take quite a while and I want the best so I figured I’d sell them to someone who’s going to use them because now they’re just sitting in my storage unit
 

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For curiosity sake, How many miles on them? Shipping is the killer
 

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@5one9

original seller claimed 2 hours of run time, but the exhaust ports show some some oily soot which leads me to believe he did a full break in on it.

best guess would be maybe a day to a weeks worth of hours/mile on it.

I paid $375 shipping with $1k insurance from Orlando (to Washington) when I bought these. Not sure if freight would have been cheaper
 

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Definitely a good deal for someone local. Unfortunately I am too far along on my 902 head porting and expenses to abandon ship now. A year ago I would have been all over these.
I noticed that the Pro-Street doesn't include any bowl work around the guides or short turn radius. I guess that is the next level of porting. Are those 2.11"/1.77" or 2.19"/1.88" valves?

Can you tell us what the intake port width is where the pushrod pinch is/was? It looks like they just about eliminated it. I wish I knew how far I could safely go.
 

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The heads on my Malibu are at a very safe 1.22” at the pinch. They were 1.10” before I began. I’ve heard of pushing to 1.31” if I remember correctly. That would be getting very thin. Again if I remember correctly one side was claimed to be 0.040” and the other 0.060”.
 

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You’ll need snap gauges to get what he’s asking for. The pinch is too deep for calipers. Maybe a bent paper clip to size it up and measure that with calipers.
 

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@5one9 you are correct, I was going to measure the valves in there as well to add to my ad.

good idea on the paper clip! I’ll give that a go when I find my calipers
 

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I use the 1" - 2" telescoping gauges when porting and then a harbor freight digital caliper to measure them. The telescoping gauge doesn't work well around measuring inside dimensions around bends though.
I think my pushrod pinch is opened up to around 1.20 - 1.21"
 

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Wanted to edit the original ad, but can’t. Here are some more pictures
 

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