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valvegrind absolutely required?

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Old 07-27-2005, 05:29 PM
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Default valvegrind absolutely required?

heres the parts i have for b16a (ive been putting this off because i quit my job)
1. valves from skunk2 full kit part no. 310-05-2320 standard size high comp.
2. skunk2 titanium retainers
3. skunk2 racing valve springs
4. crane cams part no. 253-0010
i have other parts but they dont effect the valvetrain. now im just trying to save money. so if i dont need a vavegrind id rather save $. i looked at both websites but i dont have the tech to understand half of what they are saying, id appreciate any help. and thankx in advance to any who do help
 
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Old 07-28-2005, 08:07 AM
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Default RE: valvegrind absolutely required?

i'm not 100% on this, i'll warn you now.

But in my opinion the valves are stock size, and all you've done is uprated the springs and retainers and valves to cope with the performance cam, and offer smoother etc etc power delivery.

so, therefore as the valves are the same size as stock you dont need the valve grind. A valve grind will just adjust the angle at which the air flows in and out of the engine to create a smoother transition in air movement. its an expensive job and i dont think its a requirement for your set up.



 
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Old 07-29-2005, 05:11 AM
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Default RE: valvegrind absolutely required?

thats basicaly my thought as well, just wanted some backup, thanks bro'
 
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