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  • Titanium valves, wrist pins, and copper allow valve seats oh my!

    I recently ran across this company.

    http://www.tricktitanium.com/titanium-valves

    They make titanium valves, wrist pins and everything else.

    They also make copper alloy valve seats and guides from an alloy they claim has similar properties to copper/beryllium ones. That peaked my interest.

    Thoughts?
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    I have a set of new Ti intake valves with oem sizing. I chose not to use them for this build because i simply don't know enough about them. And i was not interested in any potential problems. So i just went with supertech.

    Originally posted by PoorMans180SX View Post
    I recently ran across this company.

    http://www.tricktitanium.com/titanium-valves

    They make titanium valves, wrist pins and everything else.

    They also make copper alloy valve seats and guides from an alloy they claim has similar properties to copper/beryllium ones. That peaked my interest.

    Thoughts?

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    • #3
      Yeah, that's why I posted this up, I want to know what you smart engineer guys think, haha.
      Support innovation, buy from companies that design their own parts!

      Friends don't let friends buy knock-offs.

      Suspension before power.

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      • #4
        Ti valves are nothing new, they work great, on the intake side.

        Ti wrist pins are a nice deal if they work, that's new to me I was told Ti wasn't strong enough for the task but I'd love to hear it works great in an sr to 9,500 :-)
        I am SKULLWORKS

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