AFR Debuts New Gen 3 Hemi Heads at SEMA

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  1. Wailin D

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    • Johnny Mac

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      Saw them in person. Nice pieces.

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        They did not. Still working on it. They had a very nice cfm gain vs a stock apache, and the cnc is even better BUT I also wonder where these will land price wise vs a new, already awesome, stock 6.4 head. A new mopar 6.4 head can be had at any dealer for $1000.
         
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        • mopar65

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          Is that $1000 for a set of heads or for each? Also looks like they come drilled for left and right exhaust manifolds
           
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          That would be for each head from the dealer. Also, a core is required. That grand might cover the core, too.
           
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          • Johnny Mac

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            @408 swinger is correct. 800-1000, with usually a 200 core. Ea. So out the door 1000-1200 NEW.

            The AFR's are gorgeous for sure. Just hope they are priced competitively for the as cast versions.
             
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            • turbofreek

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              they do NOT out flow 6.4 heads. they claim 50cfm+ but thats compared to an early 5.7 head. you csn tell by the giant ass cumbustion chambers. as esrly 5.7 had the largest deepest chambers. they flow about the exact same as my 6.4 bge heads unported.
              thiteks for win anyways
              my 6.4 bge heads(2.14/1.65) in pic to show you the shallow chambers vs those deep pre eagle 5.7 chambers on those afrs

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              • Johnny Mac

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                I have zero skin in this, but have you personally flowed these AFR's on your flow bench? They had the flow sheets on these right in their booth at sema, with comparison numbers to eagle, apache, and the early heads. These were up around 15-18 cfm as cast, peak, vs apache if I recall. So I'm just curious as to what basis you know their claims are false. 18 cfm is a mathematical increase last time I checked.
                 
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                • turbofreek

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                  my stock 6.4s bge tested on a 4.030 bore flow bench not a 4.09 bore flow bench. better valves improved these numbers a bit.

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