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Old 11-30-08, 03:22PM   #1
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Default NEW Tomahawk Original Valley Pan!!!

Here are pics of one of the drawings and a 3-D pic of what it should look like.

I should have the prototype or 2 in the next 3 weeks. I will post here as soon as I get it. The Valley pan with come Nickle Cad plated. Just like our windage tray. Except the Valley Pan will be Silver instead of Gold. That way it will look good unpainted.

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Old 11-30-08, 08:24PM   #2
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Very cool. I'd bet that only about 10% of the people building new engines are going for a modified look.

This will be nice for the other 90%
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Old 12-01-08, 07:40PM   #3
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And this 1 will work with all roller lifters?
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Old 12-01-08, 09:43PM   #4
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Yes it clears all lifters!, I am waiting patiently for this to come out, I don't think Ace will be able to keep them on the shelves!
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Old 12-20-08, 05:25PM   #5
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I am curious about one thing...is this a single sheet of stamped steel or two pieces folded together like stock?

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Old 12-20-08, 05:53PM   #6
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2 Pieces Mar!! EXACTLY like stock. :-)

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Old 12-22-08, 02:59PM   #7
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Very nice. Long overdue part for sure. I think you will sell a lot of them. I only have 1 NOS one left. Jim
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Old 12-23-08, 11:47PM   #8
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I'm glad I waited on this particular part...I was leaning heavily toward the cast version.

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Old 01-08-09, 11:59AM   #9
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Default NEW Tomahawk Original Valley Pan!!!

Here they are! The NEW Tomahawk Valley Pan. It is an exact replica of the 1969 Pontiac Valley Pan. With additional clearance for roller lifters. It comes gold nickel cad plated for excellent rust resistance. And best of all your PCV will now work WITHOUT sucking oil.


We will post a retail date soon.

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Beautiful...I'm in line and I got cash in hand.....I love that finish.

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Old 03-10-09, 01:52PM   #11
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They will be available the last week of March OR the first week of April.

We are now taking PRE-ORDERS. If you would like it ASAP the day we recive them. Call and make your order. You will NOT be charged till your Valley Pan leaves PPR.

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Old 04-15-09, 07:33PM   #12
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UPDATE!!!!!!

I am recieving the Valley Pans tomorow. I will spend most of the day unloading the semi full of them!! LOL!!

For those of you who Pre-Ordered. We will ship off what we can Friday. The rest will leave monday. We will ship in the order that we got your order!

When you recive it PLEASE post your thoughts and opinions in this post. Thank you so much! Without all of you I could not do this. Thank you so much for your support!

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PS........June is our 15 year aniversary!! Watch for SPECIALS that month at PPR.
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Here is some pics of Ace's Valley pan installed
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Old 05-23-09, 07:15PM   #15
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Dynoed the 470 today, Tomahawk Valley Pan Worked Flawless with No noticable blow by and No leaks, In fact it did better than any other V-pan i've tried fwiw
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