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When was sbc head casting 8827185 made and what size valves does it have in it?

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Nolan,

They "appear" to be 70cc heads with 1.72/1.50 valves. I took that info from here:

http://www.auto-ware.com/techref/castnum.htm

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    Nolan Shefstad Dec 06, 2016

    Thanks, appreciate the info

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