Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Newman Lake, WA
Put those heads on...! Trick Flows are a very nice head! I'm partial to AFR's, but TFS makes an outstanding head as well. If you already have a set of TFS 195's, I'd certainly put them on! I would be a bit hesitant to go with 210's on a 383, unless you're going for an all-out, max effort engine, which you would not be with that cam. 210cc's is pretty big...
I would use those heads and an Edelbrock LT4 intake. (Good luck tracking down an actual GM LT4 intake for less than the $500 that the Edelbrock costs.) The Edelbrock is a very nice piece, but it's not really a performance advantage over a GM LT4 intake. It's just that you'll have to search high and low for a GM intake and Summit has the Edelbrocks in stock...
Once you get the heads and upper end sorted out, tune...tune...tune...! Everything is a package and needs to be dialed in as such. Make sure your injectors are of adequate size. You should have at least 32 lb injectors for that setup or you WILL lean out up top. 36's would be optimal, though.
1995 Camaro Z-28, M6, 396 stroker, Scat forged 3.875" crank, Scat Ultra Q-Lite 6" H-beams, Icon forged pistons (4.030"), splayed 4 bolt w/ARP studs, 12.25:1, AFR 210 heads (2.08"/1.6", 58cc), Comp Ultra Pro Magnum XD 1.7:1 rockers, GM847 cam (234/242 .611"/.632"), Edelbrock LT4 air-gap intake, Spec Stage 3+ clutch, Fidanza aluminum flywheel, 24x conversion, 0411 PCM, TPIS 58mm, Bosch III 42# injectors, Aeromotive 340, Kook's stepped LT's, Kook's custom stainless 3-1/2" merge ORY, Magnaflow