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    Eagle Heads *They are Finally Here*

    We have been working on these for a very long time now and they are finally finished.

    These heads are actually out-performing our 6.1 heads on our flow-bench and will be used on most of our builds moving forward. With the new motor going on Andy's car, I imagine a set of these will be going on at the same time. Justin will also be switching over to these in the not to distant future.

    The First 5 sets will sell for $1895 and after that they are $2095.00

    Let me know


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    Just curious...how much more CFM are they moving over a similarily ported 6.1 head???
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    They are pretty equal, just a little more than the 6.1 in a couple areas.

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    Anyway to throw these onto my build?! I have an eagle intake already!
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    Core charges?

    Do they require a 6.1 exhaust manifold/header. Nvrmnd, looking at the port pictured it looks d shaped so yes I think is the answer.

    426 Power Ported Stroker, 3.06 getrag rear, 3600 FTI stall, Eagle Ported heads w/custom valves, ported TB, SLP long tubes, Silver Box, TZ Chally hood, custom BT, KW V2 Coilovers, Hotchkis sways and custom fabbed End Links
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    What do they do with the compression ratio on a 6.1 block?
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    raise it a soild point
    but you can get gaskets for that
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8yourM5 View Post
    raise it a soild point
    but you can get gaskets for that
    Why? Just tune for it?
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    Whats the core charge on these?

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    $800

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    Do your Eagle Heads have stock chamber and valve sizes?
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    The valves are manley, 2.08" and 1.575"

    Chamber is worked to be 11:1 on a stock pistons. Chamber work is kinda per order, depending on if its for a stroker, stock 6.1 or stock 5.7 and what the customer whats for a compression ratio.

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    So whaddya do if they're going onto a stock piston'd 5.7 now, and eventually go onto a 6.1??
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    Compression ratio would drop going from a 5.7 bore to a 6.1 bore.

    If you changing the short block I would think the easiest route at that point would be to get the pistons to match the compression you want and leave the heads alone

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    So will these work on a stock 6.1 block with no new pistons? They'll slap onto a stock 6.1 short block?

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