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Customers

Darren B.

Darren B.

John, Thanks mate! The 440/533 stroker ran a 5.71 @ 122 mph on the eighth mile first time out with it's previous best 6.30 @ 108 mph ! Cheers
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Matt G.

I just want to say thanks for all that you have done for me, because over the weekend I was the fastest R/T out there with no power-adders and still...
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Billy W.

Billy W.

Dakota R/T 408
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Jared B.

John, You Rock! Thanks again for the great deals and speedy service. Really appreciate it. Jared Dakota R/T
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Brian C.

Brian C.

I have never had any problems with John on any transaction. One of the few vendors I have never had a single problem with. Including paying overnight...
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Colton H.

Colton H.

"Johns the man, bought a 410 package from him years ago after I got back from overseas. The caveat I gave John was that it had to pass Californian...
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Brian A.

Brian A.

The 408 engine runs strong, put on dyno 405hp with 415tq N/A not shabby.. also was on 22" wheels with those numbers est. 500-525 @ crank. Thanks so...
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Maurice

Maurice

Maurice 73 Dodge Dart
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Robert S.

Robert S.

426 Hemi Cuda
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Jim A.

Jim A.

Two year champion in modified tractor pulling classes named "Watch This Trick". Chrysler 426 Hemi. Thanks for the Great Service!
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World Products

This is the cylinder head that highly respected drag racers like Scotty Richardson employ to win NHRA National event titles and literally hundreds of thousands of dollars in high stakes ET Bracket Races. Merlin III is a true high performance head, capable of supporting in excess of 800 HP out of the box. Take your pick between 310cc or 350cc intake runners. Assemblies include premium quality Manley RaceMaster or Severe Duty valves.

World Products offers heads in both aluminum and cast iron. For street engines, We recommend cast iron heads over aluminum. "Iron is better where weight or looks are not a factor because it retains heat better than aluminum and keeps the heat in the combustion chamber, which is where you want it. Cast iron heads will typically give you about 10 to 15 more horsepower than an identical set of aluminum heads on a street engine. As for the weight difference, a pair of cast iron small block Chevy heads weighs about 30 lbs. more than a set of aluminum heads. On a big block Chevy, the weight difference is about 85 lbs., which doesn't make much difference on a crew cab truck or RV, but does in a race car. For racing, you want the lighter aluminum heads."





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