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Rb26 stock complete reco'd cylinder head has had a freshen up new exhaust guides, stock cams, springs, face machined and clearances set ready to bolt on with covers. Only downside is the dirt bag seller off here years ago never told me it had minor damage to the squish area from a few broken ring lands which wont effect anything just looks bad. $1300. Can supply inlet manifold and other parts if needed.

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