I WANT TO THANK MIKE AT TEA FOR HOOKING ME UP! IT'S NICE TO DEAL WITH GUYS WHO DO WHAT THEY SAY! VERY GOOD PEOPLE TO DEAL WITH !!! RECOMMEND HIGHLY !!!!
yeah mike and brian both hook me up last year with set of these heads they do work realy well. i used them on pretty much stock motor just how good they was going to work. they worked very well. i went 3tenths faster. then my old set up with a set ported wedge heads they done about i dunno 5 or 6 years ago. keep mind that these heads are ment 2 be on 4.125 or bigger bore and i was just using a 4.060. but all great set of heads any flow data?Trick Flow Twisted R 235 OutlawFlow Data
0.10.20.30.40.50.60.Specs, Notes:Intake runner port volume: 235cc
Exhaust runner port volume: 80cc
Combustion chamber volume: 65cc
Chambers can be milled to 49cc
Intake valves: 2.125" diameter titanium Winston Cup pull offs
Exhaust valves: 1.60" diameter 1000 series Ferrea
Springs: .800" lift 1.625" diameter triple Pacaloy 340 lbs @ 2.100"
Retainers/Locks: 10 degree titanium retainers, chromoly locks
Hardened cups and Viton seals
Each set is flowed and flow sheets provided
I just got my THIRD SET of TEA heads. I went with the245cc highports sbf. Their heads are awesome.Anybody else have some opinions on TEA? im thinking of using them on some 23 degree sbc heads.
Been doing business w/Brian since 2000 or so and since the sale/move to Ohio... continue to work with Mike on a regular basis.Anybody else have some opinions on TEA? im thinking of using them on some 23 degree sbc heads.