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#1694123 - 11/04/14 08:31 AM Trick Flow introduces BBM heads
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Glad to see them getting into the Mopar market.

http://bangshift.com/general-news/new-pr...w-option-wedge/
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#1694124 - 11/04/14 08:43 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: BBR]
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Good to see! The chamber looks pretty slick, says the port is in the stock location.
I kind of wished they would've went with a canted valve/twisted wedge like they did with the SBF


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#1694125 - 11/04/14 08:52 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: WO23Coronet]
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Looks like they have an intake manifold as well.
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#1694126 - 11/04/14 09:11 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: BBR]
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wonder what they cost???
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#1694127 - 11/04/14 09:12 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: BBR]
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Looks like they flow what an MCH Eddy does. Price point will interesting. Minimum bore of 4.320 kind of rules out use on a 383B, but ought to work great on a 400B.

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#1694128 - 11/04/14 09:23 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: 64Post]
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Looks like another nice option. Looks a lot like a INdy Ez from the pictures. Sweet! Todd
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#1694129 - 11/04/14 11:19 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: sasquatch]
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We are a TrickFlow dealer so is anyone needs any info just PM or email me...they will be out by Spring 2015.
We will have a few castings soon to test with...I will keep you guys posted on this.
Brian
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#1694130 - 11/04/14 11:29 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: ou812]
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looks like a breath of fresh air; no pun intended. thanks trick flow!

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#1694131 - 11/04/14 11:39 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: WO23Coronet]
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Good to see! The chamber looks pretty slick, says the port is in the stock location.
I kind of wished they would've went with a canted valve/twisted wedge like they did with the SBF




For their initial offering, I for one am glad they did not do something that required special parts.

AFR just did that with their new BBF head. The head looks to be fantastic. But it requires special pistons and intake so they effectively chopped their available customer base to smithereens.
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#1694132 - 11/04/14 11:43 AM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: lewtot184]
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It's interesting to see that the advertised flow numbers are better then what Edelbrock advertises for the Victors but don't require offset rockers. I am excited to see what some of the cylinder head porting wizards that lurk around here can do with them.

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#1694133 - 11/04/14 12:12 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: CTD5.9]
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So in the list of BB head hierarchy where would they land??? Better than my SR 295CNC ? just curious..
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#1694134 - 11/04/14 12:34 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: Eric]
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So in the list of BB head hierarchy where would they land??? Better than my ported 516's?? just curious..
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#1694135 - 11/04/14 12:42 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: Eric]
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So in the list of BB head hierarchy where would they land??? Better than my SR 295CNC ? just curious..




my EZ heads with standard rocker flowed 335@.6, 355@.7 but I guess the EZ port was taller than those
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#1694136 - 11/04/14 01:05 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: sixpackgut]
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It seems like they flow better at low lifts than the Indy EZs, something that might be good for us street/strip guys with cams in the mid-.500 range?

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#1694137 - 11/04/14 01:07 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: BBR]
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Good to see! The chamber looks pretty slick, says the port is in the stock location.
I kind of wished they would've went with a canted valve/twisted wedge like they did with the SBF




For their initial offering, I for one am glad they did not do something that required special parts.

AFR just did that with their new BBF head. The head looks to be fantastic. But it requires special pistons and intake so they effectively chopped their available customer base to smithereens.




While this is true, by NOT changing valve position and or angles this head is nothing more than another Eddy Performer/440 Source/Sidewinder offering. Will it be leaps and bounds better than the aforementioned? Doubtful. The chamber does look good as does plug position but it's difficult to tell from here. I wish they offered a RR version with the intake valve moved towards the block centerline. Hopefully the angled plugs cause a minimum amount of headaches for the end user.

They obviously feel it is a superior head aimed at the intended market. I hope it is. Always nice to have another option. Also price point will be the make it or break it factor-especially with us cheap Mopar guys. J.Rob
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#1694138 - 11/04/14 01:10 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: RAMM]
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I read $1800-1900 for a complete pair.
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#1694139 - 11/04/14 01:12 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: RAMM]
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Those look like a nice piece, I want to hear pricing info.
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#1694140 - 11/04/14 01:38 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: OUTLAWD]
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So in the list of BB head hierarchy where would they land??? Better than my ported 516's?? just curious..




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#1694141 - 11/04/14 01:48 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: Eric]
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Glad to see a new head on the market! But I will stick with my Victors.

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#1694142 - 11/04/14 02:04 PM Re: Trick Flow introduces BBM heads [Re: WO23Coronet]
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Good to see! The chamber looks pretty slick, says the port is in the stock location.
I kind of wished they would've went with a canted valve/twisted wedge like they did with the SBF




Hard to twist the wedge with a rocker shaft.

Sure seems a waste with so many BB heads out there but sooooo many more SB motors got produced.

BTW They could have done a twisted wedge with magnum heads and made it flow almost as much on a much lighter, smaller engine that already had good plug location
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