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    1969 911T heads - revised

    Hi all,

    Bought an S engine 1969 that appeared to have '69 T heads in stead of '69S heads. Bought a set of '69S heads, but the T heads were already rebuilt in the Netherlands:

    - new valve guides
    - new valve seals
    - new sjimms
    - valve job
    - heads have been faced (flattend)
    - helicoils for sparks
    - several new threads
    One head is missing a piece, see pics.

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    Intake valve: 42mm
    Exhaust valve: 38mm
    Intake port: 35mm
    Exhaust port: 33mm

    Further casting info on the heads:

    901.104.306.2R
    Production date 69-4 (and one 70-3)
    Cast Mark K1819d


    Asking 700 USD + shipping + paypal.



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    Last edited by Jesse-911E 1969; 06-25-2017 at 11:44 AM.

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    Bump, anyone in need of '69T heads?

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    Seems to be a relative deal...GLWS
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    You mean relative good? ;-)

    I agree, the overhaul costed 1200 euro's, what is around 1370 USD

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    Bump for a set of revised T heads!

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    New price: 600 USD plus shipping
    Last edited by Jesse-911E 1969; 07-17-2017 at 11:01 AM.

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    Back to the top! Anyone rebuilding a T engine?

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    Are these heads S Spec? Other diferences? Same valves size etc?
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    No these heads have the original 911T 1969 specs.

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    Ok, thanks! What is the difference, smaller ports? Would these be good for a S engine build with Weber IDA as they have the same valve size as S?
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