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Modifications Changes from the factory stock setup - performance and appearance. What to buy next? What works & what doesn't?

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Old 01-22-2014, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default Measured Cyl head weights

Stock E7TE = 49.6LBs
AFR 165 Renegades = 28.3LBs
Both heads weighed w/valves, springs, seals, & retainers on a accurate and repeatable digital scale.
(42.6LB savings from the heads alone)




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Old 01-24-2014, 11:06 PM   #3
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Yes, that is the magic of aluminum!!

If the motor is still in the car, this makes life a lot easier.

What flow rate are these Renegades?
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Old 01-25-2014, 10:20 AM   #4
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These are the newly designed ones. Fairly close to the older 185s.

AFR 165cc SBF "Renegade" 20 Street Head

The Small Port, High Velocity, Emission Legal Torque Monster

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Click to enlarge Our NEW 165cc "Renegade" Ford is our re-engineered ground up redeisng of our already formidable and proven 20 Ford Heads. These new 165cc flow significantly more, averaging a 12 CFM increase from .200-.550 lift than our previous best 165cc. For the ultimate 289 or 302ci small block Ford street car, you've got to use AFR's all new 165cc emissions legal aluminum cylinder heads. Unlike some aftermarket heads, AFR's performance cylinder heads (CARB EO #250-3) fit all your stock components; no special parts are required! With lightweight 8mm 1.900 intake valves, 1.600 exhaust valve, combustion chamber volume of 58cc, and 68cc exhaust ports, AFR's new 165cc is perfect for 289 and 302 engines operating from idle to 6000 rpm. A 3/4" thick head deck makes it ideal for nitrous or blower applications. These heads will not accept rail rocker arms. Hardened push rods required on all applications. Note: 1986 5.0L must have piston notched for clearance.




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These heads really look impressive.

What kind of c/r are you looking at with those 58cc chambers?

EDIT: I see that typical note from AFR for the 1986 motor. The '86 H.O. would have been a great all around 302 package if those idiots didn't do that funky head and piston combo.
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These are milled 0.025" giving them a 55cc combustion chamber. I'm not sure what the displacement of the (stock) pistons are yet. So, I bought a jegs cc kit and will measure them one night this week. My initial assumption is 9.7:1
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More weights:

Stock lower intake = 16.4LBS
Professional Products lower ported by Matt Moss = 18.0
Stock upper intake w/BBK 70mm TB & spacer = 24.2LBS
Professional Products upper w/Prof Prod 70mm TB & spacer = 19.8LBS

(Total = 2.8LBS lighter)







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Valve covers

Stock = 7.2LBS
Ford racing = 6.0LBS

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Stock headers = 10.8
SS shorties = 13.6


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Stock Flywheel, PP, & clutch = 42.8LBS

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