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Where can i find mod heads for my 98 gt besides p1's I want to get my car to 400 HP all motor right now it is getting a complete stroker kit maybe new heads new cams new intake manifold and a full exhaust w/ long tube headers off road h-pipe and catbacks what else do i have to do
 

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Commas and periods make it easier to read. You can use the SVO heads, http://www.seanhylandmotorsport.com...id=80&osCsid=073a1b23a92f2740747470fc4759c465 , said to be the best flowing heads available for our motors. They are not cheap and run either your stock, non-PI, intake manifold or the very Bullitt-like SVO manifold which is also extremely expensive. It is cheaper in long run (though not cheap) to use CNC-ported PI heads. 400hp is a lofty goal for a street-driven naturally-aspirated motor. 350hp at the flywheel sounds more realistic and will require heads/cams, etc. and the forged lower end to keep it all together. Check this: Brian Delong's Tangerine Orange 1996 GT -- Using Fox Lake ported P.I. heads Brian picked up over 50 hp. and over 60 ft. lbs. of torque over his previously non ported P.I. heads! Brian uses Fox Lake Stage 2 ported P.I. heads, Stage 1 cams, Hi-rev springs, and basic bolt ons to make 300 hp. to the tires, naturally aspirated!
http://www.foxlakeracing.com/index.php?src=gendocs&id=37&pos=2,1,20574

I have mucho $$$ under my hood and wouldn't do it the same way if starting over. A) I'd start w/a decent Fox body 5.0 - much cheaper to build, or B) look at 4-valve cars (Cobras)
 
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