Mopar 1966 Hp 516 Quench Type Cylinder Heads 440 426 413 383 Dodge Plymouth on 2040-parts.com
Homer Glen, Illinois, United States
This is a pair of early Mopar Wedge 383 413 426 and 440 used from 1965 thru 1979 Quench type, or some call closed chamber, cylinder heads. They have been Cleaned and Magnafluxed, no cracks were found. If you look closely you can see the valve seats have never been cut and heads have not been milled, they are in good condition. They can be used with flat top pistons for compression or dished pistons for pump gas motors. Of course you will need to go thru the head and check everything before you install, but they are definitely good cores to start with. I don't have any valves or parts for them, I would prefer new parts anyway. New Stainless valves can be purchased fairly cheap these days. Valve springs would depend on the Camshaft makers recommendations.
We can do that work for you or you can take them to the shop of your choice.
Casting numbers are 2406516-7 and 2406516-8 dates are 01 06 6 and 03 15 6 as you can see in the pictures.
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