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SOLD e12 cylinder head


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This head has been to the machine shop for a valve job; the seats are in great condition and it comes with several new valves.  Does not include any rockers, rocker shafts or cam shaft, but does include valves, springs, caps, valve retainers etc.  1975 Casting for those trying to match production year.  See photos for clarity.  $300.  









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The cam journals are stock size (1.3 & 1.6 mm).  I do not know if the head was pressure tested - it went to the machine shop before I bought it.  The guides are original (not replaced), but spec out at 8mm.  


And I stand corrected: the intake valves are indeed oversized (tii size) at 46mm.  

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2 hours ago, peterman said:

Looks like cylinders 1 and 2 are welded?

3&4 show weld on the exhaust side.

A radiator shop is a good place to take a leak.


I have no idea what I'm doing but I know I'm really good at it.

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Peterman & jimk--here are some photos of #3 & 4 combustion chambers, zoomed in on the exhaust side looking at the valve seat and also the other direction from the cooling jacket side.  I labeled the head with a sharpie so you can tell which image is for which cylinder.  





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