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> FS pair of 1.8L heads - very good condtion. $200
bdstone914
post Nov 5 2019, 05:20 PM
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This is a pair of 1.8 heads that came from an engine that had a bearing failure. Heads were rebuilt by GEX. Valves removed for blasting and inspection. One chamber needs some minor touch up from some dings.
These are a good set for a 1911cc build as they have larger valves than the 1.7 heads.
Prefer local pickup but will ship at cost.
$200.


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