well the 041 head was used on the in '68 and 300HP motors in '69, and '70. They are decent factory performance heads and IMHO If they are not totally shot would be a good scoop...possibly offer 45 or 50 bucks for the pair of themjlowery78 said:I found some 041 triangle heads at a junk yard. How well do these heads flow? They are asking $30.00 a piece for them. Whats the max hp I could see out of these heads? Just trying to weigh my options here.
http://www.geocities.com/rscott77070/headguide.htmlMortec website said:3947040....68......327.........."Right angle" casting identifier, 64cc chambers, good HP head,
used in trucks, no accessory holes
3947041....69-70...302/350......"Right angle" casting identifier, 64cc chamber, accessory holes, good HP head
3947041X...69-70...302/350......"Right angle" casting identifier, 64cc chamber, 165cc intake port, accessory holes, good HP head
Fatcat said:They don't have hard seats for todays gas, and they probably need a total rebuild, and you're quickly up over 350/400 dollars, which puts you within $200 of several heads which will outperform the 41's by a ton. Just depends on what you want to do, they were a second choice head 35 years ago.
well to me that is good news about the 041's since these are the heads I'm running........unless of course I don'tstock z/28 said:Hi,
In my opinion the 041s are probably the best of the small chamber production high perf heads. With the exception of the 461xs, they are on an average the best flowing head, if you consider valve size. I have never seen this casting with any valves size other than 1.94, but I have modified many for larger valves.
Just my opinion guys.