360 with Junkyard TBI, Ford T18 adapted to a stock Dana 300. OBA, 86 CJ Rear Dana 44 with 4.56's and a Detroit. 79 Waggy front 44, 4.56, ARB, Hydro assist Steering, High Steer, Yukon shafts and joints, xd9000i, 4" 4wdh lift (BDS Springs) and 36" Iroks.
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What 47driver said. The older ones are better yet. My 71 AMX 360 has 202 valves and smaller combusion chambers. The better heads were pre 75 for sure, I can't remember off the top of my head what exaclty to look for but I have a list of what cast numbers to look for on my work comp.
owned 1978 cj-7 since 1979
401 .030 over- full floating flat top pistons
crower solid cam 292 dur .500/.510 lift
th-400 / 4500 stall
Dana 44 5.13 gears
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best ever 11.669 @ 112.33 mph on 33 x 10.50 slicks and 4" lift in the 1/4 mile on all motor no spray - 7.358 @ 93.03 mph in 1/8 mile
the small chamber heads are the 70/71 year 321-6219 casting with a 50cc chamber
the 360 heads on a 304 will fit but the biger valves on the 360/401 heads with any kind of lift will just scrape the cyl. wall on a 304 due to the smaller bore and the valves that close to the cyl wall will schroud the valves that you will loose the benfite of the bigger valves