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Good used 121 Head, Turbo style 13x5.5 steel wheel set and..


resra

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Price: $100
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A good used 121t replacement head that was checked recently by a local head shop for cracks and deck height etc. 

It checked out great. They also cleaned the head. 
These are getting harder and harder to come by. 

 

$450 plus shipping (SOLD)

 

Used set of e21 steel wheels w/center caps

These were painted to mimic the turbo wheels.
They are the 13x5.5 e21 steel wheels. With all four center caps. 
The wheels are very true and straight. Two of the rims have paint chips and pitting. Otherwise they look great.
 

$250 plus shipping (SOLD)

 

Beautiful instrument cluster that was taken apart, cleaned, checked all features to be functional. Only didn't check odometer. Replaced Illumination bulbs as needed. The w=1.29 

 

$200 plus shipping

 

As always, I take PayPal 

email me 

 

resra@att.net

 

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I'm in So Cal- zip code 92861

I'd like to buy it.

I just pulled my head and it's warped.  I have bathtub pistons with 10:1 compression and I think only a 121 head will work.  I have a 121-ti, and I think your's is the same.  The only difference might be the valve size on the intake.  Do you know it there's anything different with the 121-ti?

 

Mike 

714-402-2509

'73 2002tii Colorado

'71 1600 cabriolet

'69 1600 cabriolet

I sell floor pans for coupes and 2002's

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Ok, according to real oem

 

Please see attachments to compare intake and exhaust valve differences in size for 121 and e12 head. 

I selected a 1969 2002ti for the 121 head and a 1972 tii for the e12 head. 

Looks like the e12 head had slightly larger valves from factory.

Good reading nonetheless.

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Thanks.  there's an informative thread about the the differences with the 121 heads and I think the only variable is the size of the valve.  Assuming your's has the port for the mechanical fuel pump, I'll buy it.

 

What's your PayPal address?

Mike

 

'73 2002tii Colorado

'71 1600 cabriolet

'69 1600 cabriolet

I sell floor pans for coupes and 2002's

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