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Modular Head Shop

Welcome to the ModularHeadShop! We started our with Ford 4.6L / 5.4L Cylinder Heads, Parts and Engines and have expanded into pretty much everything. We offer high quality parts that we have personally used, so we know they work. We take pride in the parts we sell and want our customers to be able to use these high quality parts on their vehicles and enjoy them for a very long time. In addition to our custom line of Stainless Steel and Inconel Valves, Bronze Valve Guides and Valve Seals, we also carry high quality Valve Springs and other Valve Train Components from companies like PAC Racing Springs, Katech Performance, Manley Performance, ARP, Calico Coatings, Clevite, King Bearings, Wiseco Pistons, JE Pistons, Diamond Pistons, K1 Connecting Rods and Crankshafts, Callies, Oliver Connecting Rods, and many more! Don’t see what you are looking for, just ask and we can set of a custom auction just for you!

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Jpb2006
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  • Night Shifter
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    • Dec 16, 2011
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  • +1. Am running a set of his Stage II NPI blower cams on my car. Got some tuning tweaked earlier today, and while I don’t have dyno numbers to back it up, I can tell you that I picked up power/torque the whole way through the power band. Hard to beat that!

    I’m gonna try and get a video of the cams sometime this weekend.

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  • Don’t necessarily let that one incident influence where you do business. American Muscle, Maximum Motorsports, and Fox Lake are some of THE best Mustang companies out there, but I guarantee I can find some bad reviews about any of them. I can count the negative things I’ve heard about MHS on one hand, and of those issues, almost all of them involved other ‘complications’ that was out of MHS’ control, such as the shipping damage in this one.

    N8Dogg98
    • Apr 20, 2012
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  • oxfordgt you’re also forgetting the numerous reports of people with CMS, HiTech, or Comp PI cams having PTV issues. Some of those cams may make more power (specifically the stage 2 and 268/270), but they’re running very tight clearances with the pistons. MHS doesn’t sell a stock PI head cam that has the same aggressive intake centerline, because he knows and acknowledges on his website that the clearance is too tight to be safe. He recommends using pistons with valve reliefs, aftermarket oversize valves, or cutting the intake valve on the PI head to ensure adequate clearance.

    According to you MHS should sell stage 2 N/A PI cams with aggressive intake centerlines and brag about RWHP numbers. Just because his customers might have PTV problems is no issue, since his cams would provide the best RWHP

    Just wondering if any of you have setups from there, and which setup. Also your thoughts on a setup for me,i like the head and cams setup. I figure mine as… ]]>