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intake/exhaust valves?

will any 660 motor exhaust /intake valves from a yamaha 660 motor work like grizzly/raptor?
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They're the same across the 660's. The springs interchange as well, but a lot of people go with a better center spring (aftermarket) especially when running a cam that has even a bit more lift than stock.

Curious, but what are you planning?
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They're the same across the 660's. The springs interchange as well, but a lot of people go with a better center spring (aftermarket) especially when running a cam that has even a bit more lift than stock.

Curious, but what are you planning?
Fixing the bent valves i have lol.I bent the middle intake and 2 exhaust valves when timing chain jumped off!
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If you're buying aftermarket valves and not factory replacements, go with Ferrea.

They're a better option than Kibblewhite.
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If you're buying aftermarket valves and not factory replacements, go with Ferrea.

They're a better option than Kibblewhite.
Buying whatever cheapest on ebay lmao!Tired of putting money in this piece lmao!
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I hear ya Paul, sometimes a guy has just had enough. I can't spend your money for you, but I will say if you plan on keeping that Rhino around, don't go too cheap on the parts, or you'll be back in the same boat again
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I hear ya Paul, sometimes a guy has just had enough. I can't spend your money for you, but I will say if you plan on keeping that Rhino around, don't go too cheap on the parts, or you'll be back in the same boat again
YA I hear ya man! Gotta get this thing to last me awhile longer and sending it down the road lol!
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