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Anyone seen these heads before?Patent pending,must be credible to get one.Seems like they would create some hot spots due to the work in the combustion chambers.What are your thoughts?Definitely different.
And after some carbon build up?
 

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1200.00 with a new intake manifold included, don't know if I would be just as far ahead having my stock heads ported
 

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I agree but was just wondering about their idea of combustion chamber swirl in and out of the valves from a new side,(the chamber).
 

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i don't think $1200 is terrible for a bolt and go head package. they are likely to perform, depending on who does your stock castings, they could turn out to be a dud. plus, going 2" intake requires seat change. just adding cost. although i prefer a sleeper approach myself, and a huge delkron mill over the plug kinda lets the cat outa the bag.
 

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the ports look real nice, but unsure about the chamber myself
 

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here's a pic of the chamber...
 

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I wonder if those are their castings, it is easy to put the name in. I was just wondering if they may be an Ultima derivative
 

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I wonder if those are their castings, it is easy to put the name in. I was just wondering if they may be an Ultima derivative
In the past, Delkron was producing their own stuff. I don't see why they would be doing otherwise after being bought out, now. But...maybe.

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they still are their own castings, they are produced not too far from me. I used to have a contact there before they merged with Cometic. I will see if I can get pics of the ports this week
 

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The combustion chamber looks like it was cnc to make it a hemi design and the tool marks were never removed. It could help with atomization of the fuel. dsv
 

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I looked into these a little over a year ago thinking they might be a good place to start for what I wanted out of my 117. That was just before Cometic bought the company. I had flow numbers and as I recall, they weren't bad, but they weren't great ala R&R Stage 5 or Baisley higher-end work. All things considered, I went with SE110 castings.

However, they look good for the cost and seem like they'd deliver. JMHO.
 

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I'd like to examine a set of those Ultimas, haven't seen one yet.
These days I can fix a 103+ head and get all that is needed, or 2nd choice the CVO 110 ACR.
 

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i should have a set in my hands in a week or two! waiting on pistons
 

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I have been talking to Jason @ Delkron about my 117 project. He said they are working getting a set of heads to me. pics as soon as possible!
 
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