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Those heads are not terrrible and have mixed reviews but for starters the pistons would be smacking the valves b/c the valves are to big for a stock 302.It is also best to put your money into a really good set of heads and not cheaper ones if you really want to make power and not waste your money
 

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Premium components LOL, those heads cost 400 bucks for the pair bare for dealers, hmm 300 for valves, springs, locks, retainers, cups, and seals. OK. Love the small block chevy pis as well. Pass, find a used set for 700-900 bucks. Doesnt matter if the used heads need a little work. I guarantee those heads have garbage valvetrain
 

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high swirl E6 heads from tristatecylinderheads... just kidding.

how about a set of trick flows or AFRs.
 

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Premium components LOL, those heads cost 400 bucks for the pair bare for dealers, hmm 300 for valves, springs, locks, retainers, cups, and seals. OK. Love the small block chevy pis as well. Pass, find a used set for 700-900 bucks. Doesnt matter if the used heads need a little work. I guarantee those heads have garbage valvetrain

+1 Try the castings, but I wouldn't trust the valvetrain.
 
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