Trick Flow Stage 2 Top End Kit
Is that stock 5.0 just not cutting it anymore? Feeling a little down on power? There is no need in driving around and not being able to enjoy that 5.0. This Silver Trick Flow top end kit is what you are looking for. No more guess work as to what heads to run with what intake, and so on. Not only will you add more horsepower and torque, but you can shave some weight by tossing those stock heads out for these Aluminum Twisted Wedge heads.
What's In The Box
TFS-51400004 - 170cc Twisted Wedge Heads (Assembled with Upgraded Valve Springs)
TFS-51500002 - Silver Track Heat Intake
TFS-51402001 - Track Max Stage 2 Cam
TFS-51400510 - 1.6 3/8" Stud Mount Rocker Arms
TFS-21406700 - Chromemoly Hardened Push Rods (5/16" 6.700" Long)
CCA-2138 - Comp Cam Double Roller Timing Chain
TFS-51400904 - Head Changing Kit
TFS-51400801 - Pair of Silver Valve Covers
TFS-51400800 - Billet Oil Filler Tube
ARP-1543601 - ARP High Performance Hes Head Bolts
FEL-TCS45449 - Fel Pro Timing cover & Water Pump Gasket
Cam Style - Hydraulic roller tappet
Basic Operating RPM Range - 2,500-6,000
Intake Duration at .050" inch Lift - 224°
Exhaust Duration at .050" inch Lift - 232°
Advertised Intake Duration - 286°
Advertised Exhaust Duration - 294°
Intake Valve Lift with 1.6:1 Rocker Arm Ratio - 0.542"
Exhaust Valve Lift with 1.6:1 Rocker Arm Ratio - 0.563"
Lobe Separation (degrees) - 112°
Camshaft Gear Attachment - 1-bolt
Computer-Controlled Compatible - Yes
Grind Number - HR-236/359-2S1-10
Camshaft Manufacturers Description - Street/strip; fair idle, 2,500-6,000 rpm powerband. 2,500-3,000 rpm stall converter or 5-speed with 3.55 and numerically higher gears recommended. Calibrated mass airflow meter required.
Compression - 9:1 minimum.
Notes - Includes long and short cam gear dowels.
The Twisted Wedge heads that come in this kit are 50 State Legal, the Track Heat intake manifold is not. Cylinder head Carb EO # is D-369-18.
-Fits 1987-1993 Ford Mustangs
Will not fit 1986 Mustang 5.0 as that year came equipped with flat top pistons.
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!