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Buying used h22 head!

I found this h22 head and was wondering on how to check if its in good condition.Thanks ahead.
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

take it to a machine shop and they'll tell ya. easiest way.
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

How much are you paying for it?
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

$300.what if i pour water into it will that show anything?
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

haha, no.
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

it'll show that it's wet...
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take it to a machine shop and they'll tell ya. easiest way.
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

Plug up all the holes except one with tape. Blow really really really hard and then post it on here. We then will tell you if your head is bad... It will work trust me Dont for get to tape this!! very important!!
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

the guy thats selling it said he poured water into it and dint see any leaks so hes guessing its a good head.IS that how people check for bad vavles? It sounds like the right thing to do since water will get through any small cracks there is.The machine shop will tell me and charge me.
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

machine shop > guessing
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Re: Buying used h22 head!

take it to a machine shop, just do it
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the guy thats selling it said he poured water into it and dint see any leaks so hes guessing its a good head.IS that how people check for bad vavles? It sounds like the right thing to do since water will get through any small cracks there is.The machine shop will tell me and charge me.
I would be very leary of this one. Anytime someone tells you some crap like that, it just sounds,well "man my boy had this head on his JDM H22 hatch and dat bit run 11s wiit it then it stopped run an **** he say it just need a valve adjust" TAKE IT TO A MACHINE SHOP OR STFU!!!!!!!!
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