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Old 03-19-2010, 04:08 PM   #1
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I have a new set of Supertech valves for a 1.8 that I bought thinking they were for a 1.6 and since my machine shop opened the packaging I can't return them to 949. These are the back cut longer valves PN MAEVN 1204 and MAIVN 1204. I paid $290 for these and would like to get $280 plus shipping since they are brand new never installed. I need these gone so I can get the right ones for my 1.6
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Well turns out I bought the wrong spring kit from supertech as well. I had a whole bunch of fail that day. I dunno what I was thinking. $340+ shipping for the spring kit. I'll let the valves and springs go for $600 shipped
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are those 1.1mm longer intake valves? Ti springs?
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Yes 1.1 intake and .6 exhaust. Not sure if the springs are Ti but the retainers are if that's what you're asking
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Or best reasonable offer
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Can you check your part numbers again. Those part numbers you have given are both for intake valves???
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The part numbers are right.
MAEVN 1204 has an E for exhaust
MAIVN 1204 has an I for intake
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