Fully reconditioned heads to fit a 253 and 308 Holden
They have hardened inserts in the inlet and exhaust to get the heads back to GM specifications. These heads will either have new or reconditioned valves. Decking modification and alterations are available upon request. PRICE: $1,100 Holden 253 AMCA double groove race pulley (209K) The grooves are in alignment with standard OEM. They are made from aluminium for a light-weight design, and have an East Coast Speedworx engraving. Also comes with 4 plated cap head screws. Price:$80
PRICE: $80 A set of (8) 060" nitrated 253 piston rings (168K)
The rings are stainless steel ductile and are nitrated. They will They will fit the ACL race series pistons, and measure 1.5mm/1.5mm/4mm. These rings have been dyno tested with great results, and with little to no leak PRICE: $110
Set of 2, 3" mild steel mandrel bends. The bends come in 90's and 45's, and the number of bends must add up to 2 in total. When paying for the bends, please stipulate which angles you require. These bends have a 1.6mm wall. Price: $32 set (2)
1 3/4" into 2 1/2" merge collector. These collectors come in a set of (2 ) have a 1.6mm wall and are made of ERW mild steel for easy installation. Price: $25.00
Set of 2x 4 into 1 (1 3/4 into 3") merge collector. The collector is made from ERW mild steel tube with a 1.6mm wall. These collectors are modified to allow for extra flow compared to a standard type collector. They are 140 mm in length. PRICE: $30 set (2)
Set of 2, 3" mild steel exhaust flanges. They are 6mm thick and easy to weld. The flanges slide straight into 3" pipe. PRICE: $25 set
3 into 1 collectors. Available in 3"-1 3/4", 3" - 1 5/8", and 2 1/2"- 1 5/8". These collectors are made out of ERW mild steel exhaust tubing, making for easy installation. PRICE: $30 a set
We have a large selection of exhaust piping ranging from 3", 2 1/2", 2", 1 3/4", and 1 5/8". Available in 6.4m, or purchase by the metre. PRICES VARY. PLEASE EMAIL OR CALL FOR A QUOTE.
Set of new Holden extractor plates to fit a V8 VN EFI head. They have a 1 3/4" hole for the pipes to be welded into. These plates have been CNC cut. They are made of 8mm thick mild steel and are easy to weld.
Set of new Holden extractor plates to fit a V8 VN EFI head. They have a 1 3/4" hole for the pipes to be welded into. These plates have been CNC cut. They are made of 8mm thick mild steel and are easy to weld. PRICE: $55 set
ECS How-To!! Cleaning Your Engine "A good engine is a healthy, reliable and clean engine!” The most commonly overlooked part of engine building, is nearly ALWAYS the most important. Most people are probably thinking “but I DO regular oil changes”…this is NOT what I’m talking about! I’m actually talking about a complete rebuild. A fresh engine with new bearings and ground journals… no old oil welsh plugs left in the engine for nasties to hide behind. Or a new hone job…without sludge left clinging to the walls when it is assembled. It is good practice to start a build with clean parts. It is just as important to have a clean area to assemble. When cleaning an engine block I like to use a degreaser first, followed by a quick gurnie. Finish it off with warm and soapy water and a soft scrubbing brush. Wash the cylinders down, followed by the whole block. Take care this time to gurnie all oil holes and lines. After doing this, I grab my bottle of WD40 and my air line, blow drying the cylinders one at a time, and spraying the WD40 to disperse the water and stop the bores rusting. Now dry the rest of the block, wipe all the bores dry with a clean cloth, and respray with WD40. The bulk of the other parts I like to clean with petrol, before putting it in my kero bath. Once they’re clean I use my air-line to blow them dry. It really is essential to have a clean assembly area before you start washing parts or blocks. I’ve never understood those who put clean parts on a dirty bench…surely that defeats the purpose???