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//MBE 10 degree Canted Valve SBF - DIRT


MBE’s new CID 10* Canted Valve Small Block Ford cylinder head is so good it replaces both the vaunted D3 and SC1 cylinder heads.


MBE did this by building two versions of this head, one for oval track racing and a second for all out drag racing. Oval track racing requires not only great power production but drivers also demand excellent throttle response and acceleration from lower in the rpm range so that they can pass coming out of the turns. MBE has achieved this with the Dirt version of this cylinder head by designing the ports to maintain great air/fuel velocities at all rpm ranges while still moving tons of air.


With 2.250 inch intake valves, the intake ports flow over 455 cfm and have great mid-lift numbers for excellent throttle response. In fact, the 407 cfm these heads flow at 0.600 inch valve lift is greater than many heads that can flow at any lift! There is also a 52 degree seat angle to match maximum flow around the valve with good durability to help the heads last a season or more of hard racing without needing a refresh. Meanwhile, the exhaust valves are sized at 1.625 inches and help the exhaust ports flow 310 cfm. And remember, MBE is the only cylinder head manufacturer that guarantees their advertised flow numbers with your money back if you don’t see the same results.


Like we said earlier, MBE’s new CID head replaces both the D3 and SC1 cylinder heads because it will easily outperform both on the track. Besides the improved port designs, these heads are also cast with extra thick decks so that they won’t flex or create head gasket problems. There’s also a custom one-piece rocker stand that uses 29 fasteners to secure the rocker arms to the head to the ultimate in valve train control. For big-inch Super Late Model Ford engines with a displacement from 410-450 cubic inches, these heads are practically impossible to beat.


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