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Old 04-01-2007, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default Brand New Valve Cover and Head Gaskets

I have a brand new valve cover for 1.6 miata from Mazda (not just polished, really brand sparkling new!) and a matching brand new, again, head gaskets.

Valve cover - $120 shipped
Gaskets - $45 shipped

Both - $150 shipped.

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got pics is it polished?
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Old 04-01-2007, 06:23 PM   #3
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It is not polished. It is brand new from the crate! no pics yet, but will have in a couple of days. The gasket is also new.
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head and valve cover gaskets?
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Yes. both gaskets and the valve cover
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Just to explain - I am installing a brand new head this week, and instead of using the new valve cover and gaskets I am going to use my current powder coated valve cover and new metal gaskets that I bought. Thus, the OEM new valve cover and gaskets are for sale
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cool, using the HKS head gasket?
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Yep. Thought it makes sense to replace when you replace the head..
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good choice, I use a lot of HKS parts.
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Still for sale. Prices reduced.
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