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Old 01-14-2004, 21:40   #1 (permalink)
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looking at purchasing some stainless valves.has anyone had any experience with comp cams valves or even manley racemasters.these are reasonably priced (around 400 bucks)and going into a 351 of approx 400hp.any other suggestions appreciated.Maniac if you read this i know your based in Perth and your input would be great.Do you still flow heads as i have a set of 2v"s that need flowing. cheers
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Hi ! Well in my opinion i would NEVER run the comp cams valves. Manley are a good valve but the HP doesnt really take the valve into consideration its the cam and the springs and the RPM you use. As for flow testing its not a problem Pm me and ill get it done. Im using somoene elses bench atm.

Ferrea also are an excelent valve. I used them in my Yates deal. Never had a problem at all. Manley and Ferrea both have a good range.

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Ferera valves imo Yes keep away from two piece valves...
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i have your phone number from aprevious thread a few days ago.I'll call you on friday morn and hook up.cheers.
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