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Has anyone experimented with this on 6.0 heads? Net any power?
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Naturally it will net a power increase...provided it's don't by a competent porter. Just grinding out material can actually hurt performance. Head porting is a science and not cheap to do correctly. The bad part to doing 6.0 heads is it's a gamble on whether you'll crack them and waste a large amount of money.
I'd put that cash into a good intake like Dougs first if it was me. You net some good gains without the risk of failure later.

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The bad part to doing 6.0 heads is it's a gamble on whether you'll crack them and waste a large amount of money.
isn't it pretty safe to assume that any 6.0's heads are cracked already

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isn't it pretty safe to assume that any 6.0's heads are cracked already
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isn't it pretty safe to assume that any 6.0's heads are cracked already
I hope not lol.
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Naturally it will net a power increase...provided it's don't by a competent porter. Just grinding out material can actually hurt performance. Head porting is a science and not cheap to do correctly. The bad part to doing 6.0 heads is it's a gamble on whether you'll crack them and waste a large amount of money.
I'd put that cash into a good intake like Dougs first if it was me. You net some good gains without the risk of failure later.
What kind of gains are we talking on the intake?
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get a non vgt if you want to flow more air
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Does anyone still use mult-angle valve jobs? Serdi is where it's at! I know all my heads on my race bikes got this.

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You can port match the intake and exh of the heads, along with the intake manifold and exhasut manifold.
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