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Old 12-13-2008, 10:36 PM
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i have a 1990 fxstc with the stock heads. just wondered what i could expect to pay for a complete valve job. i talking valve grind, seals and more than likely guides. i know i could lap the valves in and do the seals but the guides would be a little trickier. replacing them might not be that bad but then getting the valves to line up might be.
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Old 12-13-2008, 11:10 PM
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Do what I did and pay the piper for his knowledge.
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We get 180.00 plus parts.
We do them all day. Day after day.
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thats not to bad. i had no idea. $100.00 or $400.00
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Old 12-17-2008, 10:17 AM
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called a couple shops here, they want upwards of $600.00. told them i think ill just buy a new set.valve job price-saddlebags-on.jpg
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If you send yours to Hillside, they will be better than new though and still cheaper......
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http://www.deweysheads.com http://www.nrhsperformance.com They are in your neck of the woods on the west coast, and do exceptional work using quality parts from companies like Goodsen and Rowe without killin the wallet.

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http://www.deweysheads.com http://www.nrhsperformance.com They are in your neck of the woods on the west coast, and do exceptional work using quality parts from companies like Goodsen and Rowe without killin the wallet.
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http://www.deweysheads.com http://www.nrhsperformance.com They are in your neck of the woods on the west coast, and do exceptional work using quality parts from companies like Goodsen and Rowe without killin the wallet.
The brand name of parts used is important, no doubt.
We use Kibblewhite/Precision Machining products here, along with Crane, Manley, and PSI.
Occaisionally, we do use certain AV&V products as well.
Dependends on the application.
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