Fel-Pro 2802 Small Block Chevy Performance Gasket Set
Chevy Small Block V8, Steel, 4.166" Bore Size
- Header gaskets have 1.38" x 1.38" ports
- Intake gaskets have a 1.23" x 1.99" port size
- Head gaskets are pre-flattened with a steel wire ring
- Specifically designed for the 1955-1979 S/B Chevy with left hand dipstick
- Fits 283, 302, 307, 327, and 350 with stock or small intake and exhaust ports (excluding most aluminum blocks)
Fel Pro Performance V8 gasket set for 1955-79 S/B Chevy with left hand dipstick. Fits 283, 302, 307, 327, and 350 with stock or small intake and exhaust ports (excluding most aluminum blocks).
- #1003 Head Gaskets
- pre-flattened steel wire ring
- 4.166" gasket bore
- 0.041" nominal compression thickness
- 9.1 cc compressed volume
- Intake Gaskets
- 1.23" x 1.99" port size
- .060" thickness
- Header Gaskets have 1.38" x 1.38" ports
Item Details1955-79 S/B Chevy with Left Hand Dipstick
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