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SR20DET / SR20DE Cylinder Head Bolt Kit

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SR20DET / SR20DE Cylinder Head Bolt Kit

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Description

Complete Cylinder head bolt kit for SR20DET motors.

(Will ALSO fit USA spec SR20DE Motors found in the Sentra)

 

Includes 10 OEM Head Studs and washers.

 

If you are tearing down your motor, it is always recomended to replace your cylinder head bolts for a proper re-installation and trouble free use of the motor when installed.

 

Also available individually if you require, simply contact us

Additional information

Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 4 x 4 in

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