be careful...most no name heads are cast in china.Go with edelbrock,trick flow or afr.bmAnyone here ever heard of or had any experience with Short Turn (company name) alum. heads. By the way thanks to everyone for ansers to questions I have posted, and ones I haven't. There is a wealth of information on this site. Thanks Again
There's nothing wrong with Scat parts. Been using them in SBC and VW engine forever. Just put a set of Scat rods in my BBC and I'm not worried in the least little bit, neither is my machinist.I have a Scatt rotating assembly in my 385 stroker, my machinist was so skeptical when it came time for balancing only to be proven wrong, every rod and piston combo with in 1/2 gram of each other:yes::yes:
Here are some of the Pro Comp heads on ebay, where they can be found at any given time from various sellers:I'm willing to venture a guess and say the heads in question here are made by Pro-Comp Electric. And I'd be highly surprised if I'm wrong. How about some more information on them, or a web address where they can be found?
Nice price. Edelbrock heads assembled are 570 each, not a bad deal. JRukeroComp
For those looking for an ALL AMERICAN MADE set of aluminum cylinder heads that are genuinely designed by AMERICANS to WORK. This is hard to beat!!
Then there's the Summit Racing offerings that are cast by Brodix and Trickflow (Both KILLER castings) for under a grand as well...