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    Default Wtb oval port heads

    Looking for a set of oval port heads ready to run. prefer stainless or better exhaust valves, set up for flat tappet cam.

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    Any interest? I have 2 sets.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nos1967 View Post
    Looking for a set of oval port heads ready to run. prefer stainless or better exhaust valves, set up for flat tappet cam.
    I just sent a good set home with a guy I just built a stroker engine with aluminum heads for,, he is in So Cal,, stock 049's.

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    I'm not looking to spend much money, stock would work. Just don't want to dump money into the peanut ports I just lost a valve on. Just want to slap on some heads and be ready for summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nos1967 View Post
    I'm not looking to spend much money, stock would work. Just don't want to dump money into the peanut ports I just lost a valve on. Just want to slap on some heads and be ready for summer.
    This set has stock size valves, 2.07" and 1.72", exhaust valves are stainless, springs were for flat tappet hydraulic. I pulled two valves, they looked pretty good. I am sure he would be reasonable,, will need 3 pieces of 7 degree valve locks, they walked away somewhere,, cheap parts.

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    Do you need any of the parts I have for sale?


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    Check EBay for cheap stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nos1967 View Post
    I'm not looking to spend much money, stock would work. Just don't want to dump money into the peanut ports I just lost a valve on. Just want to slap on some heads and be ready for summer.
    I've got a set of 049's with 2.19/1.88 valves for 850 and a set of 820 castings with 2.06/1.72 valves for 450
    both sets are large ovals with hp springs fresh and ready to bolt on

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    I got some. Thanks for the responses.

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