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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-20-2007, 10:09 PM Thread Starter
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.100 longer 2.20 valves

Does anybody make or sale them?
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Kotzur Racing Heads. You have a PM.
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Does these folks already have these valves or do they have to make them? OH, I didn't get your PM.
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You could easily turn down some +.100, 2.25 Manleys to 2.20.
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Hookedonpullin, I never thought about that. I'm gonna look into having that done. Have you or anybody else on here ever had a job like this done? Was it or is it successful? I am ticky and try to be cauious. I think we all are.
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It would be cheaper just to buy the 2.200 valves then to buy 2.250 valves and turn them down. We are dealers for REV, PEP, Ferrea, and many others. The valve you are looking for is a shelf item. Call us mon-fri 9-5 at Kotzur Racing Heads (210) 590-1540 and ask for Pete or Nick.
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Yes turning them down is no problem, but if there is a shelf valve that would be the way to go. Just make sure to buy good quality valves.
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Auctually what I have is the Kaase SCJ head and I already got the 2.20's with a 30 degree back cut and 1.76 motor sport valves which is stock length. I'm wanting .100 longer so I can go with a heigher install height. And with the additional valve lenghth, will the valve train geomatry remain the same? Or will it get possitive like the P-51's geomatry?
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The Kaase P-51 heads use a +.100" longer valves than the FRPP SCJ heads. Also, the Kaase P-51 heads use a 2.250" diameter intake valve, verses the 2.200" diameter in the FRPP SCJ heads. With the SCJ heads, you need to check your geometry very carefully.

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I have the black 1.73 trick flows. Doesn't they suppose to make things right with the scj head?
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