Re: Brodix dragonslayer 320cc
The dragon slayer heads are a fairly new offering from Brodix, and the main point of the savings with them is that they're taken from a full CNC ported BB-2x Brodix head, and were casted from that CNC model, and are supposed to offer the flow characteristics of the BB-2X CNC does, but without the xtra CNC machine work that would add an additional cost to the customer. That's the main benefit of the BBC Dragon slayer head. You're getting a better flowing head than there other as cast heads flow, but at the same price as an out of the box as cast head, along with better flow numbers. Supposed to be the best of both worlds in that sense.
Another thing that some of their saleman didn't even know until today: (long story) is that the Dragon Slayer is now their only BBC 26 degree head that comes standard with their upgraded Manganese/bronze valve guides. All thier other BBC 26 and 24 deg heads have the phospherous/bronze guides, and require a special order to be upgraded to the Manganese/bronze
70 Chevelle SS clone (632 CI powered).