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Take a look at Power Heads. I'm sending my own 289 heads
out there this week to be reworked. They have CNC programs to port and polish early Ford heads.
They also install screw-in studs, pushrod guides, and larger valves.

The price is about $800 ($700 + shipping) . I opted out of the aluminum aftermarket heads once I
did the math on the compression ratios. Reworking my factory heads gives me a better breathing
head without giving up compression. BTW, you can buy heads already done by them and send
them yours as cores if you don't care about keeping your original heads on the motor.

Truth in Advertising: I haven't had them do the work on my heads yet, so I'm not speaking from
direct experience. But I'm convinced they're the way to go for me and I'm planning to send my
heads out to them this week.

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