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Author Topic:   Bomber heads
Pigpen
Member
posted November 25, 2002 08:31 PM
I know people have asked about 305 heads on a 350 before, I understand the 305 have more compression but less flow... I am curious if the reduced flow will matter on a bomber, we have a .444 max lift cam rule with stock manifolds...


rico 08
Member
posted November 26, 2002 02:14 PM
i have an old circle track article on a 305 head 355 and they really didn't get a lot of power out of em even with porting.


MiPinto6
Member
posted November 26, 2002 03:49 PM
I'm running a 355 with 305 heads. The heads are unported but have 194 valves. I run and IMCA STYLE mod. Seems to work pretty well for me and a lot easier to find then camel humps.


LUBEGUY07
Member
posted November 26, 2002 05:30 PM
do u have a compersion rule? and does the rule say max cam lift or max valve lift?



Pigpen
Member
posted November 26, 2002 05:34 PM
The lift rule is at the valve, and 72cc is the min. except for 305 heads....


go4win
Member
posted November 26, 2002 05:46 PM
so there is no compersion rule, well then i would run the most u can like 11 or 12 to 1 do u have a carb rule? One thing i would sugest since you have a low lift cam is to use a 5 or even 7 angle valve job it improves flow alot when using a cam under 500 lift, hope this helps


Pigpen
Member
posted November 27, 2002 06:06 AM
You can only flat mill the heads, so with 350 heads only open chamber heads are allowed. We can run a 4412 or quadrajet, I plan on running the 4412... thanks for the help...


Pigpen
Member
posted November 27, 2002 06:08 AM
Oh yea, we are allowed to put 1.94/1.6 valves in the 305 heads...


6pack
Member
posted November 27, 2002 05:27 PM
I read an article that said 80% of motors have to big a carburator and would perform better with a smaller one, do you really think a bomber motor with stock manifolds needs an 800 cfm carb? I have tried both, a quadrajet from the carburator shop and a 4412 from barry grant. I have taken the 4412 well over 7500 rpm and have never felt it lay down, granted it was on a Super stock motor, but I think it will work great on a bomber motor... I could be wrong, I guess I will have to wait for next year to find out...


rico 08
Member
posted December 02, 2002 01:40 PM
probably the worst thing about a quadrajet(besides the accelerator pump)is trying to smooth the thing out to get it off the corner they are made to get good fuel mileage with the spread bore's but the trick is in adjusting the sec air valve,i finally gave up.


KPLugnut
Member
posted December 02, 2002 03:10 PM
There's about a dozen other things, too, that help the quads become "crisp" for racing purposes.
Secondary air flap is definitely right up there, tho, as the above post states.

Setting up the circuits so that fuel flows right from "initial tip-in" of the secondaries is key to getting rid of any bog.
And enlarged pump wells using the 2G sized pump diaphram helps, too.

KPLugnut


SMURFBLUE3
Member
posted December 16, 2002 03:30 PM
also 14014416 "416" are good 305 heads look for a truck with a 305 factory 4 barell and it should have these good heads 416 and/or 601 and some cars my 80 camaro had these and that 305 would run.


ray14
Member
posted December 16, 2002 11:20 PM
i have a set of 601s i will sale they are stock heads an need reworked been setting around awhile i take 50 bucks an buyer pay shipping


redneck bubbas racing
Member
posted December 19, 2002 10:14 PM
434 are another set of "hipo" 305 heads w/ small chambers. They have the extra bolt hole in the exhuast side.


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