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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-28-2009, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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angle on exhaust valves?

would anyone know the Ford/International spec for the angle of the exhaust valve seats on 6.0? my heads are at the machine shop and he said it looks like somewhere in the 30's degree range. somebody know for sure or where I could find out?

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Re: angle on exhaust valves?

Intake is 30, exhaust is 37.5
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Re: angle on exhaust valves?

thanks for the info guys...this place is great

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Re: angle on exhaust valves?

Your machine shop couldn't figure that one out for themselves

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Re: angle on exhaust valves?

the heads weren't cracked but the valves and seats were beat up pretty bad and a couple of them stuck. this motor had been run long after the egr cooler and oil cooler had gone out needs a little tlc

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