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Hey guys, I'm running a set of canfield heads w/jesels which have been ported very well on a 408 SBF with a F1R (18lbs -/+). Great heads but I just need to step up to something with more flow. I've been told a set of the High Ports would bolt right on with no piston or other issues due to the inline design.

Would a set of victors (part number 610969) bolt on as well?

http://www.edelbrock.com/automotive_new/mc/cylheads/ford/sb_victor2.shtml

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Yes, Victors will work as well. I think the lifters on the intake side need to be offset. Don't hold me to it though....

High ports are a good head as well.
 

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Ok, so there may be some changes that are needed for Victors. Where as the High Ports will bolt right on. Thanks
 

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I don't think either will bolt right on. The HP valves are moved in from the cylinder walls and the victor is a 15* head. Don't think your current pistons will work with either. That is with out fly cutting
 

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thanks guys. what size high port would you go with when trying to feed a 408 with a F1R (18 lbs +/-)
 

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twisted wedge are moved high ports are straight up.
You may want to check on that one. I just got off the phone with Kuntz & Co Monday he told me the HP valves are moved in closer to one another.
 

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thanks guys. what size high port would you go with when trying to feed a 408 with a F1R (18 lbs +/-)
Canfield is pretty much a copy of a highport, will bolt right on, and your shaft rocker kit think should still work too. as long as Canfield didnt move the 7/16 holes in rocker pad vs. highports. Yes Highport intake valve is moved away from cylinder wall toward bore center some, so is the Canfield
 

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Canfield is pretty much a copy of a highport, will bolt right on, and your shaft rocker kit think should still work too. as long as Canfield didnt move the 7/16 holes in rocker pad vs. highports. Yes Highport intake valve is moved away from cylinder wall toward bore center some, so is the Canfield
Thanks Sam I know they told me they would not work on the same pistons as afr 225
 

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good info
 

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Thanks Sam I know they told me they would not work on the same pistons as afr 225
Correct. AFR doesnt have the intake valve moved away fro mcyl. wall like highport, one ofthe reasons it will never be the head a highport is.

TFS highport, Canfield and Brodix track 1 are either the same or very close.
 

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