Brian Crower Stainless Steel Exhaust Valves +1mm - Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2014 WRX / 2004+ STI)
Manufacturer Part # BC3625
Bundle Savings:MSRP: $159.79
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On this page, you are looking at the Brian Crower +1mm Stainless Steel Exhaust Valves. This is a great option for those of you getting your heads redone and want a valve designed to handle more power and performance.
Here are the details:
- One-piece design
- +1mm oversized
- Stellite tip
- Made from premium grade heat resistant stainless steel materials
- Ideal for high boost and high RPM applications
- Undercut stem above the head reduces overall weight for extended RPM use and improve air/fuel flow in and out of the combustion chamber
- Every valve is fully machined and features a swirl polished finish under the head
- Full set of exhaust valves
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: build Chubaru24 2 years agoAnswer
I'm planning a high rpm ej20 build, would these pair well with the cosworth high rpm springs and aggressive cams?
A: Yes, these valves are reliable for a high rpm build.
Chris W. 2 years ago
Q: valve lash bigwillwrx 4 years agoAnswer
will the valve lash change or can i use the stock gap buckets
A: Whether the valve lash changes or not depends on the machining of the head because machining will affect how they seat. You should be able to use the stock gap buckets depending on the machining and cams being used.
Zach G. 4 years ago