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Old 06-04-12, 02:15PM   #16
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I talked to the shop and this is what they said was used:
There was both a radiused flow adapter on the intake and a flow pipe on the exhaust. 4.180 bore dia.

As for the valves they are 2.19 and 1.78.
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