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041 heads
have strong running 041 heads that are in good shape. they are single spring and apear to be large valve though i still dont know what that exactly is with a vw head :dontknow:. one valve had a rocker slip and the spring retainer hat needs to be replaced.

asking 200 because they need very slight work to be ran. if it were not in need of the fix it would be a fair bit higher


current cars: 2005 Jetta GLI 1.8t 6-spd stage 2, 1976 Jeep CJ-5

Past cars: 1993 SLC corrado, 1969 std beetle, 1965 beetle, 1984 jetta GLI

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You forgot to state the size of the cylinder hole.

It looks like those are cut for the 90.5/92mm pistons.
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They are cut for 92's
current cars: 2005 Jetta GLI 1.8t 6-spd stage 2, 1976 Jeep CJ-5

Past cars: 1993 SLC corrado, 1969 std beetle, 1965 beetle, 1984 jetta GLI

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I believe that the cut is the same for 90.5 or 92's. That is what Peter meant. The cylinder wall is just a little smaller with the 92s so they run a little hotter.
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current cars: 2005 Jetta GLI 1.8t 6-spd stage 2, 1976 Jeep CJ-5

Past cars: 1993 SLC corrado, 1969 std beetle, 1965 beetle, 1984 jetta GLI