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Old 22-09-03, 14:26   #1
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N/A and Turbo head differences.

Just a quick one. I did a search, only came up with rb25 head ****, so I'll delete this as soon as I get an affirmitive answer.

Is there any difference between the RB30 n/a and turbo heads, excluding cams.

As some of you know I blew a head gasket AND head, and im being offered a n/a rb30 head for $100 off a guy I know. Other than the cam (I'll swap mine into the n/a head) is there any other differences that would stop me from using the n/a head?

Reason it's posted here, is i need quick answers. Please leave it here for now, mods. Thanks.

- Jared.
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Old 22-09-03, 17:38   #2
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There isnt any difference between the heads apart from the cam.

The R31 RB30 GTS head had larger valve ports though but the VL's are the same.

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Old 22-09-03, 19:09   #3
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Thanks man. Saves me a lot of money over my other option
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