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Dart 14372040

Dart Aluminum 15 Degree Bare Casting

301-14372040

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$2,269.57
Dart Aluminum 15 Degree Bare Casting $2,269.57
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Aluminum 15 Degree
  • Bare Casting
  • Full Porting
  • CNC Machine Valve Bowls
  • CNC Combustion Chambers
  • CNC Full Intake Ports
  • CNC Full Exhaust Ports
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    14372040

    The Dart Machine 15 Degree Small Block Chevy Cylinder Heads offer a dramatic performance improvement over conventional 23 Degree designs.The Dart engineering staff reduced the valve angle, reshaped the intake ports and optimized the combustion chambers to produce a significant increase in both airflow and combustion efficiency!Features:

    • Aluminum Alloy: C355-T61
    • Intake Port Volume: 284cc
    • Chamber Volume: 48cc
    • Angle Plug Design
    • Intake Valve Size: 2.150 or 2.180
    • Exhaust Valve Size: 1.600 or 1.625
    • Recommended Intake Manifold: 301-42711000
    • Sold Individually (Bare or Assembled)

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