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Spartan/ATK Engines Cylinder Head Remanufactured

Part No. 2518 Warranty Details  
$449.99
Core Charge: $75.00
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Remanufactured Cylinder Heads are complete rebuild & include new valve stem seals, soft plugs & verified camshafts. All threads are checked and repaired if necessary. Cylinder Heads are packaged in heavy plastic to protect the unit.

Product Features:
  • ISO 14000 & ISO 9000 Quality Control Facility
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Block Type:L
Cylinder Quantity:4
Damper Spring Included:No
Fuel:GAS
Head Type:SOHC
Intake and Exhaust Valves Included:Yes
Retainers Included:Yes
Rocker Arm Nuts Included:No
Rocker Arm Studs Included:Yes
Rocker Arms Included:No
Valve Guides Included:Yes
Valve Quantity:16
Valve Seats Machined:Yes
Valve Springs Included:Yes
Valve Stem Seals Included:Yes
Valve Stem Seals Type:OEM

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Spartan/ATK EnginesCylinder Head Remanufactured
 
2.5

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2.0

Won't buy again.

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from Ohio

Comments about Spartan/ATK Engines Cylinder Head Remanufactured:

To start off, I started having oil leaking on my plugs since I put this on. I'm doing yet another head-gasket job on this car and when I took the head off and pulled the rocker arms I found there was no seals at all between the head and the rocker arms. It comes per-assembled with most of the rocker bolts per-torqued (I say most cause some were not tight enough). Why aren't these there?! Also one of the spark plug holes has needed re-tapped since day one. It wasn't that bad at first and after already being torqued to the block I wasn't taking it off and I didn't have a tap either, however I barely got the plugs out the last two times they were removed.
I bought this head about 3 years ago after the machine shop told me mine was so warped it couldn't be resurfaced. It looked OK when I put it on the car but 3 years and only 30,000 miles later the head gasket started leaking again. This time it sucked water in the cylinder and when I started the car it bent the connecting rod. As I tried to figure out what was knocking(it was the rod against the block) it cut a grove in the cylinder wall.)
Now I'm not sure what caused the gasket to go again. I may not have actually been the head I don't know, but this is the 4th head-gasket job on this car in 45,000 miles. When I put the this head (the third head job) I had just had the block resurfaced and I used a MLS gasket, I didn't replace head bolts this time becasue the time before I did, which may have been my problem I don't know. I've put new head gaskets on small engine and on half a dozen tractors, never had an issue. I know how to use a torque wrench and had a good craftsman one. Though the car has had blown hoes a couple times as soon as I see the gauge start going even a little high I pull over so it's never been that hot.
So rather it's me, the head, or the head bolts I don't know but with all the other issues it wouldn't surprise me if the head was warped when I got it.

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3.0

Head-Ache!

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from Lakeland, Fl

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Pros

    Cons

    • Head not complete
    • Valves not adjusted

    Best Uses

    • Replacement
    • Restoration

    Comments about Spartan/ATK Engines Cylinder Head Remanufactured:

    [...] The sparkplug tube o-rings were not installed under the rocker assembly. This procedure required the rockers to be totaly removed and replaced by the customer. This work should have been completed and the valves should have been adjusted before the head was shipped by the rebuilder instead of the customer. The intake and exhaust gasket surfaces were painted. Paint should have been left off of both gasket sealing surfaces.

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