68-70 Ford 428 Cobra Jet Cylinder Heads C8oe-6090-n Matched Pair Super Clean Wow on 2040-parts.com
El Cajon, California, United States
Brand:Ford FoMoCo Mercury 1968 1969 1970 1971 1971
68-70 Ford 428 Cobra Jet Cylinder Heads C8OE-6090-N Matched Pair dated Dec 3, 1968 and Dec 26, 1968. They have been hot tanked, maged and pressure tested. They have 16 hardened seats, 16 new guides, stock intake valves and new stainless 1.65 exhaust valves. The springs are good for a .500 lift cam. All work performed by GRC machine a local high performance machine shop. As you can see from the pictures one chamber has some pitting and one has a repair from a previous time. I am going a different way with my project. These are ready to bolt on and go!
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