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DCR has always offered the best heads for the SRT4... but what do you do if you want better than the best? The bestest of the best? The bester? Well, you can call it what you want, but we call it the OUTLAW head.

Darrell Cox Racing - Outlaw Cylinder Head (Powered by CubeCart)

$3495.00 may seem like a bit much, especially for a 4 banger, but hopefully when you see these pictures you'll get an idea on how much work that goes into each head. There's a ton of labor and attention to detail that's put into each head by my own hands and not a machine. Every head must be nothing short of perfect or I wouldn't put my name on it. I am 100% honest when I say that we don't make much money on these heads.

This work can be done to both the avenger style or stock style head. The pictures show work on a special build in the shop that is using the avenger head.



here's the exhaust ports.



here's the exhaust bowl.



intake port.



intake bowl.



decking the head.



cool shot from intake port.



intake being decked.



full radius valve job.

 

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cutting the seats.




step 1: chamfer.



results.



step 2: crosss drill.



results.



finished.



finished versus unfinished.



drilling deck for to be pinned.





 

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chamfer.



tap.



ready for pin.



cutting retainers to spec.



results.



checking seats.



looks good.



fancy seat tool.



always check and double check work.



chamfer oil passage on cam caps.

 

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finished versus unfinished.



one side done.



taking edge off cam caps.









welding avenger head for stock SRT4 valve cover.





cleaned.



 

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each head is tagged and dated.



as well as marked outlaw.





 

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installing seals.



checking valves.









installing springs.





installing retainers.



installing keepers.



 

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