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Moose Intake Valve Kit

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Moose Intake Valve Kit

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Moose Racing has dedicated itself by providing the rider and racer with the highest quality and best performing products. With thousands of items from racewear to casual apparel, to boots and the finest in hard parts and accessories, Moose Racing offers the most comprehensive list of products in the industry to satisfy all of your riding needs.

  • Each kit includes stainless steel valves, High-Rev valve springs, lightweight retainers, and Viton® valve seals.
  • Stainless steel valves are made from a one-piece forging featuring 21-4N material.
  • Valves are heat-treated and feature a nitride process on the surface, which improves valve wear and overall performance.
  • High-Rev Springs are coiled with a proprietary high-quality wire that undergoes a heat treating and stress-relieving process, which dramatically increases the spring's life-cycle and improves valve stability at high RPMs.
  • Valve seals are made with Viton® rubber which allows for greater seal and less stiction.
  • Made in the U.S.A.
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cody 1 year ago
How do i no what shim to put on?
MotoSport Staff
Over 12 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
It is unknown what size shim to use when installing new valves. To get a baseline you can start with the currently installed shim and then measure your clearance. The clearance should be greater than when your old valve was installed. If there is no clearance install a thinner shim and repeat until you have a valve clearance you can measure. Once you are able to get an exact measurement of the valve clearance you will be able to determine the correct size shims to install.
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