Modular 3 Valve Heads

Fox Lake 3 valve Modular heads :

Justin Burcham from JPC uses Fox Lake CNC ported 3 valve heads to have theworlds quickest 2005-2006 Mustang GT

  • Procharger F1r Blower
  • 3520 Raceweight
  • NMRA True street winner
  • Street Legal 1400 HP
  • Stock ECU

Stage 2 CNC ported ’05-’08 Mustang cylinder heads :

5 AXIS CNC PORTED

Ted Ampazis uses Fox Lake stage 2 cnc ported 3-v heads and comp cams camshaft to make 353.1 horse power to the tires through a stock automatic transmission and 2800 stall torque converter, that’s a whopping 51 horse power over the stock heads and cams. The car before the head and cam mods ran a best of 12.70 ET @ 106 MPH. With gears, exhaust and drag radial tires. It weighed in at a portly 3720 lbs (car and driver). This is a totally stock appearing, beautiful 08 GT, with only 1800 miles on the clock. After the heads and cams it ripped off a 12.13 ET @ 111.6 MPH AND GETS OVER 20 MPG!!!, that’s all motor no power adders. Ted says there is a 11.90 in it with some additional practice on the 60ft. Not bad for a full dress GT. All installation and tuning was done at CRT Performance by jeff chambers and crew, from world famous Norwalk, ohio. You can contact him at 419-668-4151 or visit his website at www.crt-performance.com jeff says the 05 and newer electronics can be a horse of a different color, but with his experience, he obviously has tis pony figured out.


11.58 @ 117mpH. 3680 lbs No Power Added

Dissassemble, CNC port your castings, multi angle valve job, clean and grind stock valves, flow test, reassemble with your stock cams, $1,699.00

  • >> Add $640 for Manley SS racing valves
  • >> Add $349 for PAC or  Manley springs (up to .550 lift)
  • >> Add $279.00 for Bronze Guides
  • >> Add $90.00 for Diamond Hone new valve guides
  • Flow numbers @
  • Intake
  • Exhaust
  • .300″
  • 221
  • 142
  • .400″
  • 249
  • 175
  • .500″
  • 264
  • 190
  • .600″
  • 272
  • 204

*** All flow numbers flowed on a stock bore @ 28″ H2o ***

You must send us your heads for porting, we have no cores available at this time.