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#157753 - 11/27/08 12:21 PM Pro Comp. Heads
dare_dude Offline
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Got any info on them?
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#157754 - 11/27/08 12:32 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: dare_dude]
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car will want to go sideways(chinese) when you bolt them on!!
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#157755 - 11/27/08 01:08 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: sickhemi]
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Made in China.
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#157756 - 11/27/08 01:53 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: dare_dude]
formula S Offline
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I saw A set in vegas at the MATS that Mancini had on display,standard port victor 440 knock off

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#157757 - 11/27/08 02:00 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: sickhemi]
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car will want to go sideways(chinese) when you bolt them on!!




LMAO
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#157758 - 11/27/08 02:18 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: moparniac]
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This is what I googled. I have heard quality issues but I do not have any 1st hand experience.
http://www.procompelectronics.com/index.php?target=products&product_id=37081
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#157759 - 11/27/08 02:44 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: Kam*Kuda]
sickhemi Offline
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$725.00 for a cnc ported head
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#157760 - 11/27/08 03:19 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: sickhemi]
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$725.00 for a cnc ported head


I wonder if there CNC machines cost $1000.00 or $10,000.00 US unlike a good 4 or 5 axis CNC machine made in USA that costs $100,000.00+ that will run 24 hrs.x 7 days a week for many years without loosing tolerances I ahev found that you usually get what you pay for in racing or high perforamnce parts, especially aluminum castings
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#157761 - 11/27/08 03:39 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: Cab_Burge]
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$725.00 for a cnc ported head


I wonder if there CNC machines cost $1000.00 or $10,000.00 US unlike a good 4 or 5 axis CNC machine made in USA that costs $100,000.00+ that will run 24 hrs.x 7 days a week for many years without loosing tolerances I ahev found that you usually get what you pay for in racing or high perforamnce parts, especially aluminum castings


i was told some guy in california is doing the cnc program.

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#157762 - 11/27/08 03:53 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: tjmarcus1]
sickhemi Offline
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cnc must stand for chin and chan the two chinese guys that port them
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#157763 - 11/27/08 05:02 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: sickhemi]
moparniac Offline
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cnc must stand for chin and chan the two chinese guys that port them
LMAO

I saw on ebay a set and they look like edelbrocks like all the copy cats today and had 2.25*1.88 valves in it


Edited by wedgeOmatic (11/27/08 05:03 PM)
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#157764 - 11/27/08 05:06 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: dare_dude]
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It's my understanding they are made in Australia, or at the least the company is based in Australia.

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#157765 - 11/27/08 05:24 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: Moparteacher]
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It's my understanding they are made in Australia, or at the least the company is based in Australia.




i'm curious why that's your understanding, especially since everything else they sell seems to come from the far east.
i can't say i've ever seen a good customer review on their mopar heads.

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#157766 - 11/27/08 05:47 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: dare_dude]
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I sell Pro Comps that are cnc ported that have a 2.20 int and 1.88 exhaust that will flow 350cfm. They are made in Australia but CNC ported and assembled in the USA. They go for $2100 and are a better casting than alot of US stuff.


Edited by Mopar Fever (11/27/08 06:39 PM)
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#157767 - 11/27/08 05:54 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: B1 Polara]
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I sell Pro Comps that are cnc ported that have a 2.30 int and 1.88 exhaust that will flow 350cfm. They are made in Australia but CNC ported and assembled in the USA. They go for $2100 and are a better casting than alot of US stuff.




why such a big valve.... wont shrouding be an issue...
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#157768 - 11/27/08 05:57 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: B1 Polara]
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i understand the "loss of jobs" argument, but for a racer that's struggling to make his car faster, he's more concerned about his budget and his car.i will say this, the racers of other brands are using procomps and anything else they can get their hands on. that being said, i am looking at buying two sets. now who has the best price?

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#157769 - 11/27/08 06:38 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: moparniac]
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Quote:

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I sell Pro Comps that are cnc ported that have a 2.30 int and 1.88 exhaust that will flow 350cfm. They are made in Australia but CNC ported and assembled in the USA. They go for $2100 and are a better casting than alot of US stuff.




why such a big valve.... wont shrouding be an issue...




Sorry typo 2.20 int valve
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MOPAR or NO CAR!!!
1965 Dodge Coronet 605" KB Alum Stage V Hemi, Pro Trans 727
1965 Dodge Coronet 493" World Alum block Indy -1 Heads, 4L80E trans
1964 Dodge Polara 582" Indy alum Block 426-1RA heads, T400
1967 Dodge Coronet 500" World Block 440-1, A618 trans
1970 Dodge Coronet 340" 6 pak, 904 trans
1933 Plymouth PE all Steel, LT1 4L60E
1959 Plymouth Savoy 33,000 mile survivor
1955 Chevy post 283, T350 (soon 434" SBC pump gas)
Old cars are never done. They are ongoing projects!

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#157770 - 11/27/08 06:53 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: B1 Polara]
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It's not the "loss of Jobs" that upsets me as much as the Pirated Technology....Edelbrock spent a ton of R&D $$$$ for our sake to develop these heads at a still affordable price....Like much of what comes from overseas their R&D budget is to buy a set of Developed heads and digitally clone them.

Ask yourself....what incentive do companies like Edelbrock have to keep developing new products fopr us if within a year they are being mercilessly undercut in the marketplace by companies that are really nothing more than Industrial Pirates????

Rant over
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#157771 - 11/27/08 07:05 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: B1 Polara]
moparmanjames Offline
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I sell Pro Comps that are cnc ported that have a 2.20 int and 1.88 exhaust that will flow 350cfm. They are made in Australia but CNC ported and assembled in the USA. They go for $2100 and are a better casting than alot of US stuff.




How much $$ if I send you a set to port?

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#157772 - 11/27/08 07:42 PM Re: Pro Comp. Heads [Re: dare_dude]
hot67cuda Offline
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Loc: usa
I tried a set B S my ed heads were faster.I know 2 different bbcheavy guys that went slower with there pro comp heads.Send the junk back.

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