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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 05:46 AM
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As I have said, nothing to prove, and certainly not on trial here.
Other things are more important here today, than to entertain you...........
You're sure right about one thing... "other things are more important here today than to entertain you".

FWIW, my observation:

I believe that doing what the customer say's he expects you to do is the primary objective for some businesses (reference post #4). How about you?

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As I have said, nothing to prove, and certainly not on trial here.
Other things are more important here today, than to entertain you...........
Instead of trying to constantly argue with people maybe you should post some of your motor builds hp numbers.flow charts ect. Until then STF UP!!!!!
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Instead of trying to constantly argue with people maybe you should post some of your motor builds hp numbers.flow charts ect. Until then STF UP!!!!!
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Frank, I find it interesting that you look at averages, I do too. Keep up the good work, your pipes have done wonders for a few builds I have been involved with.
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QUOTE=Deweys;330021]Frank, I find it interesting that you look at averages, I do too. Keep up the good work, your pipes have done wonders for a few builds I have been involved with.[/QUOTE]

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His track record/agenda was very clearly exposed some time ago, and the moderators alerted him to stop, hence my response, but if you would like to discuss, what you feel are our shortcomings, feel free to stop by our facility at any time.
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All of us are free to reach our own conclusions and express our individual opinions. You are just a free as the rest of us to do the same thing.

You had already done that but the more you post, the more obvious it becomes that it's nothing more than petty bad-mouthing for some reason. Mmmmmm....

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So lets get back to what this thread is about.... So, in the stock form, are the Hurricane Heads up to the task? I, as others like real world experience and invite opinions, not useless bad mouthing. Frank, correct me if I am wrong but from what I have read about these heads, they really only work with displacements above 117"?
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Yup I think I will do just that!
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So, in the stock form, are the Hurricane Heads up to the task?

I would say hell no
I get the CVO to flow 347 with 247 average with standard port flanges and hardware. The exhaust side works decent too and the ports and valve sizes are not nearly as big. This is done with standard seating angles and widths. If I had a lot of time to mess around I could bring the Hurricane around but at that point the customer might have the cost of a b-2 in it and how cost effective is that? I like the CVO 110 head that at least has some meat left on the bone to work with. I also like the S&S Super Stock head.
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So, in the stock form, are the Hurricane Heads up to the task?

I would say hell no
I get the CVO to flow 347 with 247 average with standard port flanges and hardware. The exhaust side works decent too and the ports and valve sizes are not nearly as big. This is done with standard seating angles and widths. If I had a lot of time to mess around I could bring the Hurricane around but at that point the customer might have the cost of a b-2 in it and how cost effective is that? I like the CVO 110 head that at least has some meat left on the bone to work with. I also like the S&S Super Stock head.
Have you worked with the 110+ heads that HD puts in the stage 4 Kits?

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