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Old 11-12-2016, 06:22 PM
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Default Dart Pro 1 345cc BBC marine heads (2 sets)

Dart Pro 1 345cc BBC heads with very low hours. Marine version of these heads with the teflon protective coating and Inconel exhaust valves. Freshwater only, no corrosion anywhere. Only reason I am replacing them is because I am going to an iron head as I plan to run the boat in salt water occasionally. Heads come with rocker studs and guideplates as well. To buy these heads new from Summit Racing will cost you almost $7200 dollars. Save yourself 2000 dollars and buy these. Please see link for more details on these heads: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/d...132m/overview/

Price is for all 4 heads. Shipping is not included and PayPal fees are not included.

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Old 11-13-2016, 07:16 AM
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Looks like a great set of heads but wanted to mention before you go to a lot of trouble and reduced power. I have been running aluminum heads is saltwater for over a decade And seem to get the same service as steel heads. Must be properly flushed with salt inhibitor. Just in my opinion. Safe boating.
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Bump, these are really nice heads.
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$4000?
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Bump. Make an offer, the worst I can say is no. Giving these one more week on the market, then they are off for some port work and I will run them.
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willing to split or selling as all four?
the darts have raised exhaust ports?
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Are heads still avalable
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