Originally Posted by MUSTANGPAT93
Thanks for all the information you gave me and the link you put down just took me to trick flows home page so i had to ask you more questions than probably needed. Any other specs you can give me on the heads would be great like what cc they are so on and so forth. I think i would have rather had edelbrock heads at this point.
Ah, the jerks - I hate it that all the sites are gate-keeping that way! SO I'll just cut and paste.
I like Edelbrock as a company, and their parts are really good. But a pair of heads in the hand costs a lot less than 2 in the catalog, etc. There are some unique advantages to the Twisted heads though.
If you have some extra dough, have the heads ported first. Here's the vergiage from TF: Looking for serious small block Ford horsepower?
Trick Flow® Twisted Wedge® street/strip heads (formerly Track Heat®) are ideal for the entry-level bracket racer who needs more than standard Twisted Wedge® Street heads, but doesn't need to step up to the Twisted Wedge® Race heads. The Twisted Wedge® street/strip heads feature higher rate valve springs (135 lbs. seat pressure at 1.780 in. installed height), 10 degree super locks, and manganese bronze guides. The heads can handle cams up to 0.600 in. lift when used with Trick Flow® forged race pistons. Twisted Wedge® street/strip heads come fully assembled with stainless steel valves (intakes are backcut for improved flow), valve springs, locks, retainers, 7/16 in. studs, and guideplates. They are also available as bare castings.