If you want more power then yes getting the heads ported is what will be needed. We have a CNC program for that. Billy Fisher that is here has worked with Brodix on several projects over the years since leaving Childress. After the heads and intake have been ported then cam can be designed. If you need a quote drop me an email to [email protected]That’s kind of what I thought. I know most people don’t think the 270 rr oval is even close to big enough for a 540bbc, but they make my car move pretty good. So if a stock cnc version can make 700hp at 6300, could a ported set make even more power at 6300?
My heads and can we’re both spaced by Mike Lewis originally for the purpose of being a street only car and having good manners at low rpm cruising. And he nailed the combo.
Im just now trying to get the most out of this setup.
Maybe a good option is to have the heads and intake ported and get flow numbers, then get a cam to match the head flow?
As is it’s a hydraulic roller cam but I couldn’t stand the noise and valve float of the morel sportsman lifters no matter how tight we set them, so it’s now a hybrid set up as I’m running isky ez solid rollers lashed at about .004 cold