PowerPort® 365 extreme performance race heads for big block Chevy are designed and built for you to win races. The high-strength castings flow a massive 424 cfm @ .900" lift and can withstand enormous amounts of compression and RPM. Rectangular-shaped 365cc CNC Competition Ported runners, 119cc heart-shaped chambers, CNC bowl blended valve seat transitions, 24° intake valve angles with 4° side cants, and the highest quality valvetrain components help make PowerPort 365 heads the best choice for your car. Use PowerPort 365 heads on your engine and turn your goal of winning into reality! Your Recipe for Big Block Chevy Performance! New heads are just one component of the horsepower recipe. To make it complete, you’re going to need some more ingredients. Trick Flow by Wiseco PowerPort Forged Piston Sets These lightweight pistons are fully skirted and precision-machined from premium alloy to fit big block Chevy engines equipped with PowerPort 365 cylinder heads. Features include 3D profile dome milling, oversized valve reliefs, precision-fit wrist pins, and Spirolox retainers. Track Max® Camshafts Give your big Chevy an even bigger power boost with a Track Max camshaft. They are dyno-proven to produce significant power increases over the entire RPM range, not just a particular RPM. R-Series Intake Manifold Optimized for PowerPort 365 heads on 500-plus c.i.d. engines, the R-Series rectangular port intake uses a high-rise single plane design with high-flowing extended runners and raised plenum floors to significantly increase power and torque in the 3,500-8,000 RPM range. There are also bosses for nitrous nozzles and extra material for custom port work. 1906DRTF Trick Flow pays contingency in the IHRA on all Trick Flow cylinder heads and intake manifolds. Win Races. Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations. Please check your state and/or local laws/regulations. Dyno Results PowerPort 365 Test Engine: 13.86:1 compression 572 c.i.d. with Trick Flow PowerPort® 365 cylinder heads (TFS-4141T804-C02), solid roller camshaft (285°/298° duration @ .050"; .900"/.828" lift; 114° lobe separation), 1.8/1.7 ratio shaft mount roller rocker arms, Trick Flow R-Series intake manifold (TFS-41400111), Holley Gen 3 Ultra Dominator 1,425 cfm carburetor, Trick Flow by Stainless Works headers (TFS-DBBC238250), 3½" dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers, Q16 racing fuel. TrickFlow.com • 1-330-630-1555 TOP & MOD: Dallas Glenn from Mooresville, N.C. captured the Top division win with a run at 7.242 seconds at 92.12 mph against a 7.23 dial-in. He won by the slightest of margins with a better start at .042 to .054 for runner- up Bruce Holland from Lexington, S.C. Holland went 4.460 to match his dial-in at 144.83 mph. Glenn continued his winning ways in the Mod division where he ran 7.234 against a 7.23 dial-in at 90.13 mph. He again had the better holeshot, .027 to .062 for Robert Rayfield from Jefferson, N.C. Rayfield moved on down the track in 5.999 seconds at 113.09 mph. JUNIOR DRAGSTERS: In the Moser Engineering Saturday race, Lane Morgan from Angier, N.C., defeated Harrison Crawford from Ware Shoals, N.C. with an 8.928-second run at 71.79 mph, along with a .034 reaction time. Crawford finished in 8.049 seconds at 76.73 mph. He had a .032 start. Morgan won on a red-light against Dylan White from Cordesville, N.C., in the second race. The winning pass for Morgan was 8.992 seconds at 72.85 mph with a .008 start. White was barely too fast at the starting tree by (-.004) seconds before making a 7.96-second pass at 81.91 mph. TOP: GJ Crews from Summerville, S.C., was the Top winner at Moser Engineering Saturday with his combination of a .030 reaction time and an elapsed time of 4.624 seconds at 143.63 mph against a 4.62 dial-in. Runner-up Joel Hubbard from Lancaster, S.C., was good at the starting line at .015 and then posted a 6.007-second run at 112.75 mph against a 6.01 dial-in. MOD: In the Mod division, Fred Berkheimer from Mt. Pleasant, S.C., won when final-round opponent Ryan Snipes from Lancaster, S.C., red-lighted. Berkheimer ran a solid 6.437 seconds at 105.24 mph with a .009 reaction time. Snipes had a 6.169-second pass at 103.83 mph but fouled by (-.021) at the start. FULL RECAP ROUND WINNERS DARLINGTON RACEWAY RECAP May 24-26, 2019 19 18