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2.0 LNF Turbo Complete Cylinder Head + Intake

Pontiac Solstice/Cobalt Complete LNF 2.0 Turbo Head + intake, GM P/N 12624550 built by Hutter Performance

LS Engine - 427 LS Crate Engine Performance Parts & Shop :: Hutter Performance. For over 30 years, Hutter Performance has been producing results in the racing industry. Their commitment to quality has produced over 10 SCCA national championships.

I am an SCCA Road Racer. It is a complete working head plus also includes new fuel rail and injectors, intake manifold components and sensors, cams/valves etc. and cam position sensors. The cams need to be torqued down (I kept the head with no pressure on the new valve springs) and the head is ready to bolt on. I ran the head for a few hours and then took it off my race car and it has remained a spare ever since. $1400 + shipping

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How about more details, porting, valves, springs?
 

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Since SCCA only allows "stock" modifications, this is as close to perfect a "stock" head as the general intended. I know Hutter did a lot of flow work with it, and the intake has had some help in this area, the springs, cam etc. is stock.
 

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Pontiac Solstice/Cobalt Complete LNF 2.0 Turbo Head + intake, GM P/N 12624550 built by Hutter Performance

LS Engine - 427 LS Crate Engine Performance Parts & Shop :: Hutter Performance. For over 30 years, Hutter Performance has been producing results in the racing industry. Their commitment to quality has produced over 10 SCCA national championships.

I am an SCCA Road Racer. It is a complete working head plus also includes new fuel rail and injectors, intake manifold components and sensors, cams/valves etc. and cam position sensors. The cams need to be torqued down (I kept the head with no pressure on the new valve springs) and the head is ready to bolt on. I ran the head for a few hours and then took it off my race car and it has remained a spare ever since. $1400 + shipping

Bill 440-821-6421 :thumbs:
Is this still available
 
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