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It took along time but I finally got the 380 AIRWOLF done The flow numbers below are the CNC version with a valve job and seat blend..

AIRWOLF 380 flow numbers with 2.350 intake with 50° seat
.100 72 cfm
.200 148 cfm
.300 223 cfm
.400 298 cfm
.500 362 cfm
.600 414 cfm
.700 449 cfm
.800 462 cfm
.900 467 cfm
1.00 473 cfm







 

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interesting,who makes the castings for these heads.American castings?.
 

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stupid question, but is that head the way they come from profiler,or is that your cnc program with a hand blend after?,thanks.
 

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From what he said those are a brodix head, not profiler.
now i am completly confused! i thought airwolf was a brand name by profiler?so is that a new brodix head??:smt017
 

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Nice Job!!! I would also like to know the exhaust numbers.... Standard 24* pistons work for them??? Like the Wiseco quick 16??
 

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NICE Job Bryce!

OK, I'll see if I can help on the AIR Wolf name. AIR Wolf was the first 220cc and 245cc SBC Pro-Filer casting, Bryce and I developed(245cc was all his) and both were selling. To cause less confusion, I surrendered the name to Bryce for all future projects. Make sense? :)

The name has NOTHING to do with Pro-Filer whatsoever. Everything from Dr J will be marketed under this trade name.
 

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Chad thanks for clearing that up. Like Chad said AIRWOLF cylinder heads have NOTHING to do with Profiler.

I have a complete line of heads that are Marketed under the AIRWOLF name and can be seen at
http://www.j-performance.com/forum/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=9

at for the exhaust on the 380 AIRWOLF

flow tested with a 1.88 valve and 2.125 x 3 inch pipe
.100 65 cfm
.200 127 cfm
.300 171 cfm
.400 206 cfm
.500 237 cfm
.600 295 cfm
.700 312 cfm
.800 323 cfm
.900 328 cfm
1.00 334 cfm
 

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It took along time but I finally got the 380 AIRWOLF done The flow numbers below are the CNC version with a valve job and seat blend..

AIRWOLF 380 flow numbers with 2.350 intake with 50° seat
.100 72 cfm
.200 148 cfm
.300 223 cfm
.400 298 cfm
.500 362 cfm
.600 414 cfm
.700 449 cfm
.800 462 cfm
.900 467 cfm
1.00 473 cfm
What does the bad port flow?
 
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