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edelbrock e-street heads

So I'm working on rebuilding an engine for my 1994 gt and was planning on getting afr 165 heads, they run about $1400, on CJ pony parts I came across some edelbrock e-street 170cc heads for 836, does anybody here have any experience with these heads? Are they worth buying or should I stick with the afrs I was originally planning on getting?
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they are good heads, especialy for the price. but they are not AFRs.
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Cool, I might go that route, I bought a block so I could take my time and build something awesome but now the engine that's in the car keeps making more problems and Burns a quart of oil every 2000 miles so I'm pushing my bank a bit trying to get it together faster before the one I'm using blows up
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Go with the AFR's they are worth the money just dont go over 185cc runners unless u r stroking it.

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