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Here they are:

http://www.jegs.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/ProductDisplay?prrfnbr=4621&prmenbr=361

They sound pretty good to me (but I know nothing about cylinder heads) and they look pretty competitively priced, too. I also like that they're cast iron instead of alluminum. Growing up my dad always talked about how cast iron were much more durable.

But the page says they bolt right on to 87-94 mustangs... what about older 302's? My block is a 78. I'm planning on rebuilding it with a Summit rebuild kit with the forged pistons.
 

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I have the Roush 200 heads on my 351 W, they fit up just fine to early blocks, as far as I can tell. (It hasn't blown up yet)

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The 200 is too big for non-stroked 5.0 applications.
It will kill your torque.
The 185 is probably a better idea.
If you were running a 351 stroker then the 200 would be a better bet.
 
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