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Offenhauser V8-60 Heads

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Offenhauser V8-60 Heads
Offenhauser V8-60 Heads
Offenhauser V8-60 Heads

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.
  • This product is discontinued.



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These Offy V8-60 heads have maximum fin count, increased water capacity and an improved combustion chamber shape combine to give more power and greater heat dissipation. 9.5 CR with stock bore and stroke. Water manifolds included.

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