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High compression head CC.

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Jimmy in TN

12-29-2006 18:17:20

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I have been told i need a high compression head for my CC. Im wanting more power out of it. What head do i need to look for exactly?

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01-02-2007 05:56:47

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 Re: High compression head CC. in reply to Jimmy in TN, 12-29-2006 18:17:20  
if your CC has hi-altitude pistons you cannot bolt on a 5505 with out machining the pistons, for the old head find some aluminums and machine them with a big dome to fill up that chamber, I have a bunch of 5505 and 5576 heads

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12-29-2006 19:07:53

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 Re: High compression head CC. in reply to Jimmy in TN, 12-29-2006 18:17:20  
dc 5505 gas head or dc 6128 propane head. these are hard to find though.

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12-29-2006 18:49:34

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 Re: High compression head CC. in reply to Jimmy in TN, 12-29-2006 18:17:20  
DC Head #5505 but you need to run a oil line to the rockers

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Jimmy in TN

12-30-2006 11:04:35

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 Re: High compression head CC. in reply to CLIFF S, 12-29-2006 18:49:34  
Does anyone know who would have one? How much should a guy expect to pay for one. thanks

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Bob in NSW

12-30-2006 11:33:46

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 Re: High compression head CC. in reply to Jimmy in TN, 12-30-2006 11:04:35  
Is there any way to modify the dual fuel head on a C to increase the compression? I have looked for a higher compression head for a long time without any sucess

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Walt Davies

12-31-2006 08:42:34

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 Re: High compression head CC. in reply to Bob in NSW, 12-30-2006 11:33:46  
Take it to a machine shop that rebuilds tractor engines and they can cut it down for you. I would say about .125 in. but just guessing here from what I know about LA heads.

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