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    Default Modified 2.3 cylinder head

    I have a cylinder head from a 2.3 I built years ago. It is gasket match ported with big valves and a fairly big cam. I don't have the cam card anymore so I don't remember the specs. It was on a n/a engine. It will need a new set of valve seals. It has been off the engine for a long time. It also has one heli coil on the exhaust side. This head cost me well over a $1000 dollars to build 20 plus years ago. If you can find a good 2.3 head and have all the work done today it will probably cost twice that.
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    I have a bunch more pics if interested. And no the valve cover DOES NOT come with it.
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    bump bump

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    I still have this for sale if interested hit me up with a reasonable offer and we'll talk.

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    Is this head milled down?
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    Iirc only a few thousandths to make sure it was true. Certainly nothing that would raise the compression on a stock piston setup

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    Thanks... I was hoping it was!
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