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Going from Ferrea 2.20 valve to 2.25, Is there a better flowing valve for ported STREETS?

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Post  ED468 on June 5th 2020, 12:14 pm

Saw ferrea had a Chevy valve which is 5.271 with a 12 degree compared to a 10 Degree in the Ford. Thought the Motorsport was the best flowing but don't think they make it in my length and 2.25 size anymore.

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Post  gt350hr on June 5th 2020, 1:06 pm

Flatter is better on all but a hemi , IMHO anyway.

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Post  ED468 on June 5th 2020, 1:15 pm

I tend to agree, my friend was doing some Brodix-2 BBC and it loved the flatter backside. I probably will have to try different valves and cut the back to what it likes.

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Post  rmcomprandy on June 5th 2020, 5:20 pm

ED468 wrote:Saw ferrea had a Chevy valve which is 5.271 with a 12 degree compared to a 10 Degree in the Ford. Thought the Motorsport was the best flowing but don't think they make it in my length and 2.25 size anymore.

Ford hasn't offered that valve in about ten years but one that is .100" longer can be gotten from Jon Kaase.

He uses those in his P-51's.

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Post  ED468 on June 5th 2020, 7:01 pm

Thanks, thought the P51 would have a good valve, but don't want to buy both exhaust and Intakes and pushrods Embarassed My buddy have other brands to test with. Maybe we can learn something playing with the backcuts. I found some 6000 series Ferrea 2.25 valves atleast the right length.

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Post  The Mad Porter on August 2nd 2020, 3:18 pm

ED468 wrote:Thanks,  thought the P51 would have a good valve, but don't want to buy both exhaust and Intakes and pushrods Embarassed  My buddy have other brands to test with. Maybe we can learn something playing with the backcuts. I found some 6000 series Ferrea 2.25 valves atleast the right length.


I have found the Ferrea 6000 series valves a close second to the A429 intake valves.

6258 if memory serves. I'd have to double check.


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