Mickey Thompson hemi heads?

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Hemidude!
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Mickey Thompson hemi heads?

Post by Hemidude! » Wed Feb 04, 2004 11:24 pm

I was searching for block casting information when I came accross this link. Interesting to say the least.

http://www.teufert.net/pictures/hemihead.jpg

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Post by crash » Wed Feb 18, 2004 12:24 pm

wooow :o

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Post by MG42pillbox » Wed Feb 18, 2004 8:40 pm

If you cant beat'em, Copy them. Nothing ford hasnt done for 100 years
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HEMI HEADS FOR 318-340-360!!

Post by trkdrvr » Thu Feb 19, 2004 7:42 pm

HI: New member, I like what I see!! In the august 2003 MOPAR COLLECTORS GUIDE had an article "A-HEMI REVOLUTION" States a business: ROD & CUSTOM MACHINE,1354 West Field Road, Dickson, Tn.,
37055, 615-441-3903. Is presently manufacturing "HEMI-HEADS" for the 318-340-and 360 blocks! It is not only a set of heads, but a complete system it includes cam, lifters, push rods, arms and shafts, plus an intake system and a two piece intake manifold that allows you to run single or dual four-barrels, or a blower. They say the finished product looks a lot like the 392 or the 417 Donovan Hemi. The people that did the research and developement on these heads are died in the wool Hemi lovers! They say their completed conversions develop 1.5 HP per Cube? from what I can see their machine work and casting look first rate. I contacted them for additional information. Lets see-- a 360 that builds 540 HP?? My '03 might run pretty well with one of those bolted in?? :D

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Post by scottm » Thu Feb 19, 2004 8:47 pm

Hey trkdrver, welcome to the forums.

318/340/360 Hemi Head Conversion
http://www.thehemi.com/news.php?id=20030801-1

For those that have any interest, there is more info.
Scott Moseman
http://www.TheHEMI.com/
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