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Flathead Ford V8 Stainless Steel Valves, Intake
Flathead Ford V8 Stainless Steel Valves, Intake

Flathead Ford V8 Stainless Steel Valves, Intake

Stainless Steel, 1.575" Diameter Big End, 0.344" Shaft Diameter

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Flathead Ford V8 Stainless Steel Valves, Intake
Flathead Ford V8 Stainless Steel Valves, Intake
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Material Type:
Stainless Steel
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Intake has 30 degree seat angle. Fits '32 - '53 engines.
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Diameter Big End:
1.575"
Shaft Diameter:
0.344"
MFG. Part #:
91015311

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These flathead Ford V8 stainless steel valves are made of hi-grade 4N stainless. Each valve is 0.060 oversize and has an optimized seat angle and boasts a full machine finish, all of which combine to improve airflow and increase horsepower. The intake has a 30° seat and the exhaust has a 45° seat.

Fits 1932-1953 engines.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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