Casting Number Application Valve Sizes Comments
5752142/3 332 352 361 2.03/1.56 Note 1
C0AE-D 360HP-352 2.03/1.56 59.7-62.7
C1AE-A 352 390 2.03/1.56  
C3AE-C 352 2.03/1.56  
C3AE-C 406 2.03/1.65 56.4-61.0
C3AE-F 427 HR 2.195/1.73  
C3AE-J 427 LR 2.09/1.65  
C3AE-K 427 HR 2.195/1.73  
C4AE-F 427 HR 2.195/1.73  
C4AE-G 352 390 2.03/1.56  
C4AE-H 427 LR 2.09/1.65  
C5AE-F 427 MR 2.195/1.73  
C6AE-R/U/W 352 390 410 428 2.03/1.56  
C6TE-G 352-390 2.03/1.56 Notes 2, 3, 5
C6TE 352 390 2.03/1.56 Note 2
C6JE 352 390 2.03/1.56 Notes 2, 3
C7TE 352 390 2.03/1.56 Note 2
C7JE 427 I 2.03/1.56 Notes 2, 3
C7AE-A 390 428 2.03/1.56  
C7OE-K 427 TP 2.25/1.73  
C8AE-H 390 2.03/1.56  
C8AE-I 390 2.03/1.56 Same as C8AE-H
C8AE-J 428 CJ 2.09/1.65  
C8WE-A 427 2.09/1.65 Cougar only
C8OE-N 428CJ 2.09/1.65  
D2TE-AA 360 390 2.03/1.56 Note 6
D3TE-B 360 390 2.03/1.56 Note 6

  Note 1: Early heads had machined combustion chambers.

  Note 2: Same as the C6AE-R head.

  Note 3: used in 427 marine and industrial applications.

  Note 4: Used on the car production line early in the 1966 model year.

  Note 5: Pre-emissions style head.  Same as C4AE-G except it has thermactor emissions bosses and no the diagonal exhaust bolt bosses.

  Note 6: Induction hardened exhaust valve seat.