Victor Jr. Series Heads are perfect for OE-Performance engines with stock valve train and pistons for bolt-on performance. Available as a complete head which includes valves, springs & retainers or as a bare head so the valve springs can be matched with recommendations from the camshaft manufacturer.
Victor & Victor CNC Series Heads are designed for use in racing applications. Some of the best racers in the country rely on Edelbrock's Victor and Victor CNC series heads to help them win the race. These heads feature raised runners, revised combustion chambers and relocated valves for all-out performance in competition engines.
|Victor Jr. 20°||Victor 15°|
|Combustion Chamber Colume||60cc / 70cc||47cc|
|Intake Runner Volume||210cc||240cc|
|Exhaust Runner Volume||75cc||80cc|
|Intake Valve Diameter||2.05"||2.125" (Recommended; Not Included)|
|Exhaust Valve Diameter||1.60"||1.625" (Recommended; Not Included)|
|Valve Stem Diameter||11/32"||11/32"|
|Valve Guides||Manganese Bronze||Manganese Bronze|
|Valve Spring Diameter||1.55"||N/A|
|Valve Spring Maximum Lift||.650 (Hyd Roller) / .670 (Mech Roller)||N/A|
|Exhaust Port Location||Raised .130"||2.5" Spread; Raised .520"|
|Spark Plug Fitment||14mm x 3/4 reach, gasket seat||14mm x 3/4 reach, gasket seat|
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