The SVE heads are not Pro Comp brand. Look for a number of videos showcasing the SVE top end kit with flow numbers, dyno results and additional technical information on the heads.
Answered by scott s. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
can I retain the stock 19lbs injectors with this system? Also what size throttle body and mass air flow sensor are recommended for use with this kit along with do I need to do anything different to the computer if this is installed on my engine?
Asked by Carl D. from Lansing | Comment 0 0
We have had people run this set up with stock fuel system and it performed fine, However the 19lb injectors are at the end of their range with this set up. If you plan on any other modifications it is recommended to step up to the 24lb injectors.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
You will not have to fly cut piston's as long as they are factory spec, but as always you need to verify piston to valve clearance. This is just best practice whenever installing new head/cam combos. We have seen power gains close 100 RWHP on the dyno from our project car, but results will vary depending on other supporting modifications.
Answered by David B. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
We will be getting a video on this kit within the next month or so. We just got our newest project car lined out for an installation and some dyno runs!
Answered by Justin M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
no it is not CA legal. We try to post beside the parts that are 50 state legal. If it doesn't state 50 state legal on the part, then it probably isn't.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
You'll need to do a MAF conversion in order to utilize the cam with this kit, as the speed density system requires suffice vacuum in order to work correctly.
Answered by Brandon K. from Thief River Falls | Comment 0 0
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