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what valves should i put in my 243s

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Old 03-16-2012, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default what valves should i put in my 243s

i bought some stock 243s without valves in them and sent the to TEA and had them worked but no milling and didnt change the valve size either........My question is should I find some stock valves or go with a aftermarket valve set??? I will be running a vindicator cam>>>>>>
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I know they're getting harder to find but the LS6 hollow stem, sodium filled
exhausts are one of the nicest stock diameter valves. At almost 20 grams
lighter and .0236" longer they were getting pricey before the General stopped
sellin' em'
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The seats will work with up to 2.02/1.57 so your choice...
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