Trick Flow Does Mopar: Watch This Pair Of CNC Ported 240cc Port Big Block Chrysler Wedge Heads Get Bolted On


Trick Flow Does Mopar: Watch This Pair Of CNC Ported 240cc Port Big Block Chrysler Wedge Heads Get Bolted On

It was not that long ago that Trick Flow came into the market with their big block Chrysler heads and people were super happy about it. The company with its long track record of high quality components that deliver power didn’t show up unprepared. Their “fast as cast” and CNC ported offerings were making awesome power right off the bat and as you will see here, they are mechanical jewelry.

This is not an insanely technical video but there’s something we like about it. Whether it is the snap of the torque wrench or just looking at the beautiful parts, we dig watching these units get bolted onto the engine. The builder is using proper ARP bolts with their lube to get the proper torque. There are a coupe of good tips in this one. Basic stuff but good stuff if you are putting together a big block Chrysler.

We’re going to pick this engine building series up from this point and take you all the way to the dyno phase to show you how much power this 440 makes when it is finished up and run on the pump. We know one thing, the CNC ports on these heads are sexy!

Press play below to see these Trick Flow big block Chrysler heads get bolted down –


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2 thoughts on “Trick Flow Does Mopar: Watch This Pair Of CNC Ported 240cc Port Big Block Chrysler Wedge Heads Get Bolted On

  1. Gary D

    No assembly lube between the underside of the head bolt and the washer? Thought a pro might point that out.

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    1. Pete's Garage

      I would suggest watching my next video on the link at the end of this video about how lube affects torque. I spent many years writing torque programs for electronic torque wrenches while an engine assembly Engineer at GM Powertrain. The need for lube between the underside of the head bolt and washer is far exceeded by the tolerance of a manual torque wrench.

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