Manley 11792-4 2.3 Ford Intake Valve - 1.89 Inch
2.3 Ford Inline Four, Stainless Steel, 1.890" Valve Head Diameter, 0.342" Shaft Diameter
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These Manley Performance "Esslinger" Race Master intake valves for Ford 2300 feature NK-842 stainless material, chrome stems, hardened tips, and a swirl polished finish. Valves are fully machined.
Note: This aftermarket valve does not make use of the o/e Ford 3-groove keeper. It is designed to use the 7 degree 1-groove keeper such as our part # 915-99097
- Stem Diameter: 0.342"
- Overall Length: 4.800"
- Head Diameter: 1.890"
- Installed Height: Stock
- Weight: 109 grams
ApplicationThese Manley stainless steel valves are specifically made for racing flat tappet applications.
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