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    RXP Titanium valves

    Does anyone know where we can get titanium valves for RXP?
    What about Stainless steel?


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    Ck your PM

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    Stan, Ferrea built my valves. I was going to go Ti, but Ferrea talked me out of it.

    http://www.ferrea.com

    Im using SS valves. 8800 RPM's all summer long with no issues.

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    Are you having valve float issues Stan??

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    Having trouble sealing even after shimming. Dropped one this weekend in Fla. the first day.

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    Are you lightening them??

    If not do you want to borrow a lightened set to try???
    I have a set of lightened valves that I have put close to 100 hrs @ 8500ish rpms you are welcome to borrow to see if they work...My season is done...

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    We had lightened valves. Broke an exhaust valve half way up the stem.
    Looking for something that can withstand high boost and the FLA rough water.

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    I am running 11 psi....And average 2-3 foot chop...You are welcome to try them....What are you dropping exhaust or intake?

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    Intakes have trouble sealing for long. Broke exhaust, which says the exhaust must be too hot????

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    those shortened valve guides that came with your port job may be why they don't seal for very long.

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