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427 heads on 390 block

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Old 12-30-2015, 01:29 PM
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Default 427 heads on 390 block

Hi, Ford FE gurus! I have a .30 over 1964 390, rebuilt to factory specs. I have a set of C3ae-d heads (1963 low riser 427) with CJ valves....2.09 intake, 1.67 exhaust. I'm not sure of chamber volume, but I think it's supposed to be 64 ccs. The heads have not been ported. Question is: Will these heads go on the 390 without notching the bore for the larger valves and will compression remain the same at 10.1 to 1: Also, since I'm asking, I want to run a solid lifter cam...Comp has one with about a .530 lift and one with a .570 lift. This will be a "street cruiser" with six pack intake and factory cast headers. I also will be running air conditioning. Any body have some advice? Thanks...and Happy New Year!
 
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