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Edelbrock 9752 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.660 Inch, Pontiac V8
Edelbrock 9752 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.660 Inch, Pontiac V8

Edelbrock 9752 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.660 Inch, Pontiac V8

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

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Edelbrock 9752 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.660 Inch, Pontiac V8
Edelbrock 9752 Replacement Exhaust Valve, 1.660 Inch, Pontiac V8
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Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Valve Head Diameter:
1.660"
Length:
5.230"
Undercut Stem:
Yes
Swirl-Polished:
Yes
Lock Groove Style:
Conventional
Groove Count:
1
MFG. Part #:
9752
GTIN Code:
085347097524
Notes:
Ram Air IV length 0.120 in. longer than stock.
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Each
Valve Stem Diameter:
0.341"
Valve Head Style:
Flat

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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
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