Chevrolet Cylinder Head Dyno Test
Looking for an answer to the age-old question (at least when it comes to
engine builders), is it better to refurbish an cheap old set of cylinder
heads or buy new? So we took a pair of $50 Chevy swap meet heads and put
them up against a set of new Iron Eagles from Dart. What we found out might
For more information, including Dyno results and flow bench
tests on both heads, check out http://www.horsepowermonster.com/2011/i
ron-eagle-vs-stock/ . Thanks!
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