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Edelbrock 9362 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.90 Inch (+.100 Inch)
Edelbrock 9362 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.90 Inch (+.100 Inch)

Edelbrock 9362 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.90 Inch (+.100 Inch)

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Edelbrock 9362 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.90 Inch (+.100 Inch)
Edelbrock 9362 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.90 Inch (+.100 Inch)
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This valve is 0.100 in. longer than stock.
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1-piece, swirl-polished, hardened tip stainless steel exhaust valves with undercut stems for increased flow. Hard-chromed valve stems are 11/32in. except where noted
  • Swirl-Polished
  • Hardened Tip Stainless Steel Valves
  • 0.34375 in. Undercut Stems
  • Increased Flow
  • For # 77409 (+.100")
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