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Old August 5th, 2009, 01:23 PM   #1
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Best Aftermarket Big Block Head

I am asking for a friend what are some of the best aftermarket alum. heads for a built 460. He wants 7000 rpm and to make around 700-800hp. He can spend $2000-$4000 Thanks for any suggestion....
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Old August 5th, 2009, 01:48 PM   #2
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Need more details. Just 460 cu? Fuel type? Headers and intake a concern? 7000rpm isn't much to ask, and MANY of the BBF heads available will make those kind of numbers with the correct combo.
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Old August 5th, 2009, 07:05 PM   #3
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All i know is he has good Eagle rods...the exhaust will be zoomers out the top he will buy the necessay intake and carb needed, 110 or more octane......strickley racing, no street use, for mud racing only.....just looking for some names to research....thanks
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Old August 5th, 2009, 07:14 PM   #4
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BBF Head Heirarchy from best to worst

1. C&C C-441 Hemi
2. C&C B-441 Hemi
3. HFD Pentroof Hemi
4. C&C A-441 Hemi
5. Ford Motorsport A-441 Hemi (No longer in production)
6. Indy Cylinder Hemi
7. Ford E-460 Pro Stock
8. Blue Thunder Thor Gen II
9. Blue Thunder Thor Gen I
10. Profiler C-Replacement
11. Ford C-460
12. Ford D-460 Pro Stock (No longer in production)
13. Ford Motorsport bastard Pro Stock (There are various stages) (No longer in production)
14. IDT Eliminator A-460
15. EX514
16. New TFS A-460 18-bolt
18. New TFS A-460
19. EX514 Cast Iron A-460
20. IDT Eliminator Cast Iron A-460
21. Older TFS A-460 (No longer in production)
22. Ford Motorsport A-460 (No longer in production)
23. Ford Motorsport A-460 (Ford exhaust port) (No longer in production)
24. Kaase Hemi
25. Boss 429 Replacement
26. Ford Stock Hemi (No longer in production)
27. TFS B-460 (small port) (No longer in production)
28. Ford Motorsport B-460 (small port) (No longer in production)
29. Kaase P-51
30. Ford Racing Parts SCJ
31. Blue Thunder CJ with Chevy exhaust flange
32. Blue Thunder CJ with raised Ford exhaust port
33. TFS Street
34. Blue Thunder CJ with stock Ford exhaust port location
35. TFS CJ (No longer in production)
36. Ford A-429 CJ (No longer in production)
37. Edelbrock CJ
38. Ford Cast Iron DOOE-R CJ (No longer in production)
39. Edelbrock 75cc Standard Port
40. Ford Cast iron PI (No longer in production)
41. ProComp Aluminum 74cc
42. Ford Cast Iron C8VE (No longer in production)
43. Ford Cast Iron C9VE (No longer in production)
44. Ford Cast Iron DOVE (No longer in production)
45. Edelbrock 95cc Standard Port
46. ProComp Aluminum 95cc
47. Ford Cast iron D3VE (No longer in production)
48. Ford Cast Iron E6TE (No longer in production)
49. Ford Cast Iron F8TE (No longer in production)
50. Ford Cast Iron "Fuelie" F3TE (No longer in production)
51. Ford Cast Iron "Fuelie" E7TE (No longer in production)
52. Ford Cast iron D2VE (No longer in production)
53. Ford Cast Iron D8TE (or E9TE, to be confirmed) (No longer in production)


The Kaase P-51's have my vote.

s.hembree is correct, Many iron BBF heads are good to 7000/700 with larger valves and good porting.

Tell him to stop being a puss and money up for the good stuff :)

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Old August 5th, 2009, 10:50 PM   #5
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All i know is he has good Eagle rods...the exhaust will be zoomers out the top he will buy the necessay intake and carb needed, 110 or more octane......strickley racing, no street use, for mud racing only.....just looking for some names to research....thanks
Does he already have the short block done? the pistons used will dictate what heads can be used. If he hasn't bought pistons yet I would run the Trick Flow A460 heads. They will EASILY make the numbers he's looking for and give some room to grow. Another thing to consider is any rules he may have to follow when racing. Some classes will only allow standard port configurations etc... I can offer some better and more specific suggestions if you can come up with some details...
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Thanks alot for the info and feed back, I will pass on info to him.........I'll see if i can get anymore spec on his engine.
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Old August 14th, 2009, 05:22 AM   #7
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The Kaase P-51's have my vote.
X2, those or the trick flows will get the job done easily.

700 hp bbf is a cake walk.

He should be shooting for 850ish @ 7500++
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