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Speedway S/B Chevy 400 Head Gaskets, 4.125 Bore w/o Steam Holes
Speedway S/B Chevy 400 Head Gaskets, 4.125 Bore w/o Steam Holes

Speedway S/B Chevy 400 Head Gaskets, 4.125 Bore w/o Steam Holes

400 Chevy Small Block V8

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Speedway S/B Chevy 400 Head Gaskets, 4.125 Bore w/o Steam Holes
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Speedway Small Block Chevy (SBC) composite head gaskets use premium materials to ensure a positive seal on any race or street engine.

  • 4.125" bore without steam holes (.045)  
  • Sold Individually

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