Trick Flow is one of the leaders when it comes to Mustang Performance parts. Trick flow did it again with these Twisted Wedge heads for 1996-2004 Mustang Modular motors. These 185cc Runner heads will add some serious power to your 2V Modular platform.
Once you see Trick Flow's Twisted Wedge 185cc cylinder heads for Ford 4.6L/5.4L 2V engines in action, you'll agree they are the only aftermarket 2V heads worth bolting on to your modular-powered Ford. The power comes from the patented Twisted Wedge 38cc combustion chamber design with the intake valve moved to the opposite side of the camshaft. The benefit is a dramatic increase in mid-lift airflow and increased piston-to-valve and valve-to-bore clearance that allow higher lift cams and larger diameter valves to be used without having to alter the bore size or flycutting pistons. Other features include OE PI-style intake inlets, patented Fast As Cast™ intake/exhaust runners that deliver near CNC-ported airflow, fully CNC-profiled combustion chambers, bulletproof ¾ in. thick decks, four-bolt replaceable cam bearing journals, full ¾ in.-reach spark plugs, 1.840 in./1.450 in. valves, powdered metal valve guides, ductile iron valve seats, lightweight chromemoly retainers and die-forged locks, beehive valve springs, and Viton® fluoroelastomer valve seals. The Twisted Wedge 185 series heads fit all 1996-2004 4.6L/5.4L 2V Romeo and Windsor engines and accept all OE-type 2V camshafts, followers, lash adjusters, and valve covers. Furthermore, 8mm end holes in the heads ensure that most OE Ford front covers will fit. Cylinder heads are available with 38cc or 44cc combustion chambers. Both versions deliver about 10:1 compression on a stock short block depending on the piston used. Twisted Wedge 185 heads have 90 lb. rate (installed height) springs for mildly modified engines. Bare cylinder heads castings are also available.
Trick Flow - Serious Horsepower
Horsepower doesn't happen by accident. It takes time, skill, and the right combination of parts to allow your engine to produce optimum power levels.
Trick Flow engineers use advanced Computer-Aided Design (CAD) work stations and high-tech 3D modeling to develop and analyze components quickly and accurately. Trick Flow machinists use state-of-the-art rapid physical prototyping, CNC-machining centers, and hot rodding know-how to turn designs into molds and foundry tooling.
Prototypes and products are subjected to hours of relentless testing on one of Trick Flow's dynamometers, and extensive road and race track data is gathered to guarantee parts perform as intended. Trick Flow's commitment to quality combined with a "zero defects" attitude ensures Trick Flow products will exceed your expectations.
From Lightning cylinder heads to Mustang camshafts, pistons to intake manifolds, Trick Flow is committed to making products that are designed and engineered to deliver power!