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November 24th, 2011

Jon Kaase Racing Engines New P38 Cylinder Heads For 302 & 351 SB FORDS

The principal power gains in Jon Kaase’s new P38 cylinder heads for Ford 302 (5 liter) and 351 small-block engines are derived from canted, larger diameter inlet and exhaust valves; improved port velocities; and deeper bowls with sweeping short turns in the intake and exhaust tracts
P38 Features:

 Generates more power by means of canted, larger diameter inlet and exhaust valves; improved port velocities; deeper bowls with sweeping short turns in the intake and exhaust tracts
 Accommodates the original equipment intake manifolds and exhaust headers
 Features intake valve angles of 8 x 4.5 degrees and exhaust of 10 x 4 degrees to increase airflow
Presents bigger intake and exhaust valves: 2.100in and 1.600in respectively
Provides optional mounting holes for larger diameter headers as standard
Actuates valves that open toward the cylinder centers, hence gases are less encumbered by shrouding effect of the cylinder walls
Equipped with Kaase P38 cylinder heads, a modest camshaft, and an Edelbrock Junior intake, the 302, running on pump fuel and barely 9:1 compression ratio, easily generates 500hp @ 7,500rpm 

For further information contact:

Jon Kaase Racing Engines, Inc.

735 West Winder Ind. Parkway,

Winder, GA 30680,

Telephone (770) 307-0241

E-mail: JonKaaseRacing@gmail.com

For latest offerings, visit the Kaase

website at: www.JonKaaseRacingEngines.com

 

 

 

 

By zach71maverick @ 5:49PM PDT.
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    Larry Rogeers says:

    I’m interested in improving the performance of my Ford SB 392 currently having gt-40 heads.
    Please forward any additional info needed and price assembled.

    Thank you,

    Larry Rogers
    BD 1966 Cobra

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