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2.02 sbi valves 1.57 sbi valves

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Old 04-13-2018, 12:23 AM
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2.02 1.57 intake and exhaust 45 a set of 8 80$ full set intake and exhaust sbi valves donít need them sorted out the rest nice valves new just opened to take pics dm me if interested . Save a few pics and help me out with my 9 inch win win.perfect reason to get a also have seats and guides I was gonna use dm if interested

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interested in valves and seats/guides too. Shoot me a total. Where u located? Do you need a 9 inch set up? If so, maybe we can deal since I do set ups and trans too. LMK tom
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interested in valves and seats/guides too. Shoot me a total. Where u located? Do you need a 9 inch set up? If so, maybe we can deal since I do set ups and trans too. LMK tom
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This is for just one head or for a set? This is stock size? Whats sbi means? Sorry for my ignorance.
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Originally Posted by Mike Cordero View Post
This is for just one head or for a set? This is stock size? Whats sbi means? Sorry for my ignorance.
sbi is the brand this is for both heads itís slightly bigger then stock size from 1.55 1.57 2.00 to 2.02 itís the common size people use .if you got a valve job just would have to ask the shop to put a nice cut so they valves sit correctly
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Can you send me some extra info like part number about the valves? Im interested.
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Can you send me some extra info like part number about the valves? Im interested.
02000R 202 is part number off sbi site for intake 01935R-157 is exhaust
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02000R 202 is part number off sbi site for intake 01935R-157 is exhaust
Its this a stock replacement? Its this valves material is better than the stock valves? Are they solid or light weight (sodium filled)?
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Originally Posted by Mike Cordero View Post
Its this a stock replacement? Its this valves material is better than the stock valves? Are they solid or light weight (sodium filled)?
there a over sized after market valves no yu wonít be getting light weight or hollow valves for the piece Iím asking. There a stainless steel one piece valve with a swirl polish are they better yes they are lighter then stock notmby much
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