Topic: 882 heads vs. 624's - any advantage of one over the other?
posted January 12, 2004 03:25 PM
I have a set of 882's and 624's.. both seem to be the same valve size and 76cc chambers.
Either better than the other? Why?
Either good enough to run in an IMCA stock car?
posted January 12, 2004 04:50 PM
bolth are extremely crack prone and wouldn't work very well. the stock car rules you can run some realy good heads and you need the best heads you can get with that little carb you guys will have to run
posted January 12, 2004 07:30 PM
Not good enough for an IMCA Stock. Find some humps or Vortec or Dart or Pro-Topline.
posted January 13, 2004 07:39 AM
Thanks... If I ran them it wouldn't be long, but I guess I will look to replace them rather quickly.
posted January 13, 2004 08:17 AM
The 624's are total junk. The 882's were an older casting and MUCH better in the crack department, but still prone to crack in the 2 center exhaust seats. The 882's are claimed to flow pretty well, but have those huge 76cc chambers.
Find a set of 64cc heads... ANY 64cc head would be better than the 76cc's.