*NEW* PHR Badass Head , all hand ported with copper valve seats now for sale!

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    *NEW* PHR Badass Head , all hand ported with copper valve seats now for sale!

    Yes, we feel this is a top level head that takes the 2JZ to the next level. We have just finished a fully hand ported and polished head with 1mm Valves, Copper Valve Seats and other full valve train to create one of the most extreme performance heads you can get flow numbers out of.

    This is one head you want an extra for your display case!

    Our head is featured on our White Supra running currently at an 8.2 sec 1/4 time.

    Options:
    Single or Dual Valve springs but at that level we wouldn't understand why you would want to run single valve springs.
    Supertech or Ferrea pending your preference.
    Shimless Buckets (replaces the stock bucket creating a lighter moving part inside the head)

    This full head, dual valve springs with Shimless buckets will be running $7200 USD

















    We just sold the one we had in stock and will have another ready in 6 weeks. Call, pm, email if interested! This is for extreme performance only.

    Thanks,
    Joe
    Last edited by Powerhouse Racing; 01-17-2012 at 02:44 PM.

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    BADMTHRFUKR COMING 2014 Daniel's Avatar
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    what cfm numbers are you getting outta of these?

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    Beautiful!
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    Dont have flow #'s yet, were are working on getting them.

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    Maybe its the pictures, but dont u want polished ports on the exhaust side? They look just as rough as the intake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piwko4 View Post
    Maybe its the pictures, but dont u want polished ports on the exhaust side? They look just as rough as the intake.
    You dont want to polish the ports. The roughness helps create turbulence and oxygenate the fuel on the intake side. Polishing the ports on the exhaust side would simply be for looks and then it would be covered up in carbon build up.

    thanks,
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    Last edited by Powerhouse Racing; 01-19-2012 at 07:45 AM.

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    BADMTHRFUKR COMING 2014 Daniel's Avatar
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    okay Joe,looking forward to seeing the numbers and it looks very nice

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    Someone might have actually known what they were doing here! - They didn't knife edge the intake ports. Can't want to see numbers.

    Here's the trick. What are the flow numbers, but what is the volume of the port too. I've seen some good flow numbers, but large port volume which will pull down low and mid range VE quite a bit.
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