Small Block Chevy S/R Cast Iron Cylinder Heads - 76cc Combustion Chambers
An Economical Stock Replacement Head.
There are many compelling reasons why it's smart to use S/R cylinder heads instead of worn out junkyard parts or new OEM castings. These World Products heads come with hardened steel exhaust seats compatible with unleaded gasoline. The extra thick decks and walls improve reliability. The machined valve cover rails help to eliminate leaks.Technical Specifications
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Here are the OEM casting numbers that World's S/R small block heads replace:
World #043600 = GM 333882, 460703, 462624, 468642, 3911032, 3927186, 3927187, 3932141, 3946813, 3947041, 3970126, 3973414, 3973493*, 3974387, 3981598*, 3986339, 3998920, 3998991, 3998993, 3998997, 14020516, 14020517, 14020556, 14071114, and 14079261.
World #043610 = GM3795896, 3814482, 3827185, 3884520, 3890462, 3911032, 3917290, 3917291, 3927186, 3932441, 3946813, 3973370 and3998993 *=Requires drilling for steam holes
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