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Skunk2 or Ferrea

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 5genracer, Jan 27, 2004.

  1. 5genracer

    5genracer Senior Member

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    I did some searching, but I couldn't find anything about this question:
    I have a b20 with 11.8:1 compression. Will I need to use stainless steel valves or should I just use ITR valves? If I should get stainless, should I use skunk2 or ferrea? I would like to run N2O on this engine. Thanks for the help guys.
     
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    SolLess16 Senior Member

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    your valves should be fine, u could look into oversized valves if you do alot of head work on your car just keep the nitrous shot low and keep fuel with it , but stainless steel valves are awesome and either skunk2 or ferrea would be a good valve
     
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    5genracer Senior Member

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    I am going to have to replace my valves - (long story) - so I guess I will just get the stainless valves. Will I also have to get bronze guides? Where is the best place to get skun2 or ferrea? Thanks.
     
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    I would stick with ITR valves, new valve guides if you need them. good luck
     
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    5genracer Senior Member

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    Thanks alot!
    That's why this board is great.
     
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    if you have the $$ ferra valves are the way to go.

    but ITR valves will definately work.
     
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