SEMA 2019: Trick Flow’s New SBC, LSX, And Mopar Products

Trick Flow Specialties debuted some great new parts at SEMA 2019, as it introduced several new sets of cylinder heads and intake manifolds. These new top-end parts will help your small-block Chevy, LSX, or big-block Mopar engine make even more horsepower with updated designs from Trick Flow.

Small-block Chevy cylinder heads are a staple for Trick Flow, and its new DHC cylinder head with competition-ported runners is the next evolution for this iconic engine platform. These heads are a new version of the 175cc as-cast heads that resembled the classic double-hump cylinder heads. Trick Flow’s new version of these heads measures 200cc in size, with a larger 2.05-inch intake valve. The heads flow 290cc at .700-inch lift and come fully assembled with ARP studs.

Keeping with the small-block Chevy theme, Trick Flow also introduced its new R-Series intake manifold. This intake features a high-rise single-plane design with a 3,500-7,500 rpm power range. The R-Series intake is a perfect match for Trick Flow’s 230cc CNC-ported heads and uses a 4500-style carburetor.

Eddie Pinegar from Trick Flow talks about the new LS3 heads that are set to be released for those who like to have modern-muscle power under the hood.

“We had an older version of these heads that was an all-around unit, but people started using it for power-adder applications, so we decided to revise it. This 280cc version of the head has CNC porting and is an HIP head, so it’s way stronger than your typical cast-cylinder head. It has a totally redesigned port work and upgraded valves, rather than our standard. So, this will work great for power-adder builds.”

Rounding out Trick Flow’s new offerings is something for the Mopar crowd — the R-Series intake manifold for big-block engines. This intake is set up to work with Trick Flow’s 270cc Mopar heads and use a 4500-flange carburetor. The Mopar R-Series intake is designed to have an optimal powerband between 3,500 and 7,500 rpm.

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Brian Wagner

Spending his childhood at different race tracks around Ohio with his family’s 1967 Nova, Brian developed a true love for drag racing. When Brian is not writing, you can find him at the track as a crew chief, doing freelance photography, or beating on his nitrous-fed 2000 Trans Am.
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