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Edelbrock 9714 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch
Edelbrock 9714 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch

Edelbrock 9714 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch

389 Pontiac V8, 400 Pontiac V8, 421 Pontiac V8, 428 Pontiac V8, 455 Pontiac V8

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Edelbrock 9714 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch
Edelbrock 9714 Replacement Exhaust Valve Seat, 1.66 Inch
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GTIN Code:
Inside Diameter:
1.460 in."
Outside Diameter:
1.850 in."
Overall Thickness:
0.375 in."
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Valve Seat Material:
Ductile Iron


These replacement valve seats are manufactured from ductile iron for strength and durability for exhaust valve locations. Help prolong the life and performance of your valves with these valve seats from Edelbrock.
  • Valve Seats
  • Performer Series
  • 50-State Street Legal
  • Exhaust; 1.66 in. Valve
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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