TA Aluminum Intake OR ALuminum Heads(this is for real)

Discussion in 'Small Block Tech' started by Nothingface5384, Dec 11, 2013.

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Which would you like to see made first for Purchase

  1. AL Heads

    122 vote(s)
    85.3%
  2. AL Single-plane Intake

    21 vote(s)
    14.7%
  1. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 27 years of racing the same 355 Buick motor

    If you all think no one is paying attention to these heads, take a look at the views on here 1,480,000+ views. More than anything else on here even beats the 455 stuff.

    So I say TA, take your time, make em flow good and fast, we will wait for the explosion, lol.

    The intake looks great!
     
  2. cheese chisel

    cheese chisel Member

    holy cow both please ... if I had to choose just one it would be the heads but it would be great to have an aluminum intake available too

    this question is about SBB engines right? - like a 1975 350/4

    also yes to the chevy style rockers - just because they're always going to be easy to find
     
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  3. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    Yes it's for 350 . But there's lots of stuff to do to practicality double the 155-165 hp you do have before even getting to those heads or intake.
     
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  4. Jesse89

    Jesse89 Well-Known Member

    Man just the past year I was stressing of finding parts for the Buick 350 I was going to swap to a big block Buick now I have hope and I'm keeping the original 350 my car came with so now with that said heads will be nice
     
  5. Sebambam

    Sebambam Well-Known Member

    is $$ a issue?
    why would you buy the heads and dont have a intake that can provide the air?
    Im saying Alu intake 1st then you have weight savings and better flow and you can compare to your previous setup!

    THEN get the heads, port them get the right cam and you can smile about the combo
     
  6. gsjohnny1

    gsjohnny1 Well-Known Member

    you don't need to be an einstein to figure this out. and i've been preaching this for a long time.
    s/p first, heads second, 2'' headers third, bore not stroke fourth.
    but what do i know.
    sheesh....
     
  7. 72gs4spd

    72gs4spd Well-Known Member

    3 out of 4 for me.
     

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