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Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads #2604917
01/11/19 01:39 PM
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I am going to buy a new set of EZ-1 heads. Who is everyone buying from?

Re: Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads [Re: SpeedRacer] #2604926
01/11/19 01:46 PM
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Welcome to the jungle!

Check out Porter Racing Heads: Dwayne Porter.
His handle here on moparts is fast68plymouth.

Address: 57 Commerce Ave # 2, South Burlington, VT 05403
Phone: (802) 951-1955

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Porter-Racing-Heads/990347067652818

Re: Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads [Re: ZIPPY] #2604930
01/11/19 01:48 PM
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Originally Posted By ZIPPY
Welcome to the jungle!

Check out Porter Racing Heads: Dwayne Porter.
His handle here on moparts is fast68plymouth.

Address: 57 Commerce Ave # 2, South Burlington, VT 05403
Phone: (802) 951-1955

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Porter-Racing-Heads/990347067652818

iagreeThats my guy,top notch and very helpfull before and after,even YEARS after.

Re: Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads [Re: ZIPPY] #2604945
01/11/19 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted By ZIPPY
Welcome to the jungle!

Check out Porter Racing Heads: Dwayne Porter.
His handle here on moparts is fast68plymouth.

Address: 57 Commerce Ave # 2, South Burlington, VT 05403
Phone: (802) 951-1955

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Porter-Racing-Heads/990347067652818

I'd like to add that PRH is also well-equipped to address any machining needs that the typical out-of-the-box Indy heads require to be truly "bolt on".

That doesn't necessarily mean it's the CHEAPEST way to go, but it's certainly the BEST way to go to ensure you're getting a properly prepared set of heads for the application.


Testing... testing... 1... 2... 3...
Re: Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads [Re: SpeedRacer] #2605167
01/11/19 10:43 PM
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Yep I will have to agree with everyone on this one PRH is a great guy to deal with.


If you look at my signature it kinda tells the story about my Indy EZ-1 experience


71 demon stock stroke 440/indy ez-1 running 10.10 @ 132.14 mph in the 1/4 and 6.36 @ 107.46 mph in the 1/8 not in the same weekend but It did it then I sold it.
67 Belvedere a work in progress
Re: Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads [Re: SpeedRacer] #2605327
01/12/19 11:26 AM
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I run a set refreshed by Dwayne Porter as well. Great to deal with, very well informed and extremely experienced.

I would likely go with the CNC'd Trick Flow heads and have Dwayne go over them if I was building a new motor though.

Why are you stuck on the Indy EZ's?


1970 Plymouth 'Cuda #'s 440-6(block in storage)currently 493" 6 pack, Shaker, 5 speed Passon, 4.10's
1968 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible 408 Magnum EFI with 4 speed automatic overdrive, 3800 stall lock-up converter and 3.91's (closest thing to an automatic 5 speed going)
Re: Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads [Re: jbc426] #2605379
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Originally Posted By jbc426
I run a set refreshed by Dwayne Porter as well. Great to deal with, very well informed and extremely experienced.

I would likely go with the CNC'd Trick Flow heads and have Dwayne go over them if I was building a new motor though.

Why are you stuck on the Indy EZ's?


iagree If the Trick Flow heads were available when I built my engine I would have bought them. Much better finish everywhere and the ones I have seen look like you could bolt them on out of the box with only a basic inspection. Not like Indys where you basically have to re-do the valve job and size the guides before you use them.
Gus beer


64 Plymouth Savoy
493 Indy EZ's by Nick at Compu-Flow
5-Speed Richmond faceplate Liberty box
Dana 60
Re: Indy 440 EZ-1 Heads [Re: ZIPPY] #2606223
01/14/19 12:11 AM
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Originally Posted By ZIPPY
Welcome to the jungle!

Check out Porter Racing Heads: Dwayne Porter.
His handle here on moparts is fast68plymouth.

Address: 57 Commerce Ave # 2, South Burlington, VT 05403
Phone: (802) 951-1955

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Porter-Racing-Heads/990347067652818




Thats where I bought mine. Exellent service and a great guy to deal with. Ron


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