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VISIONTM CYLINDER HEADS

New Valves 100% new valves and valve keepers

Quality Inspection Seats and guides are replaced as needed.

Entire Cylinder Head Entire surface is cleaned, blasted and polished to the new original appearance.

New Plugs All soft and threaded plugs are replaced with new plugs.

Micro-Finished Deck surface of the head is micro-finished from .5 to 1.2 micron RA.

Quality Packaging Heads are wrapped in moisture absorbing paper, protected with foam encapsulation and packaged in full graphic display boxing.

Exhaust Manifold Sealing surface is micro-finished using FANUC/CNC robotics.

Springs Tested within the new pressure spec or are replaced

Intake Manifold Mating surface is restored by CNC finishing.

Blueprint Tolerance After assembly, each chamber is 100% vacuum tested to assure blueprint tolerances are met.

Pre-Qualified or New Castings

Hi-Tech VisionTM Cylinder Heads feature Pre-Qualified Cores

Before any work begins, each cylinder head is inspected for cracks, damage threads and deck dimensions. Cylinder head cores that do not meet the Hi-Tech Vision standards are not used. For example, if the combustion chamber is cracked, it is replaced with a new casting. Hi-Tech does not weld-repair any cracked combustion chambers because the process increases the potential for both short and long term failures. To further insure like new performance and durability, Hi-Tech also installs 100% new valves in every head. With up to 15 hours of shop time required to replace a pair of heads, don’t take a chance by using or selling inferior quality product. Choose the No RiskTM Vision Cylinder Head by Hi-Tech.

Help all your NAPA store customers build longer lasting and better performing engines by recommending Hi-Tech Vision Cylinder Heads.

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