When it comes to valve jobs, it’s precision specifications that make a huge difference in performance. When performance is what you seek every degree, every angle plus every bit of raw material has to be taken into consideration to come up with that extra horsepower, performance, speed that you require. When it come to valve jobs there’s a right way, a wrong way and an ever popular half way there way. But what’s right for one valve job application may be wrong for another. There are many variables when it come to precision valve jobs.
Basic Valve Jobs
• Valve refacing
• Valve spring inspection
• All Guides checked for wear
• Valve seats either cut or ground
• Always use new valve guide seals
• Spring retainers and keepers inspected
• Valve height inspection plus adjustment
All engines use valves to control airflow for both the intake and exhaust systems. Performance engine building shops know that proper angling employed to a valve job can have a substantial effect on airflow. Any performance enthusiast should understand that airflow is key to making horsepower. Increase airflow equals more power.
• Optimized air flow
• 3 to 5 angle valve jobs
• Competition style valve job
• Re-configure valve seat width
• Re-positioning exhaust valve seat
• More angles less transitions for air to traverse