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Old 04-22-2012, 08:59 AM   #1
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Just as the title states.
I have 243 heads bare and have a set of 806 valves and 241 valves. Will they work with the 243s?
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there was never really a definitive answer on that thread that's why I posted this one.
thanks for the reply.

but does this mean that my 241 valves will work on my 243 heads?
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Yes, they will. They are the exact same. Only difference is the 243 LS6 valves that are hollow / sodium are a tiny bit longer. The all work the same, and are the same size.
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