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Manley 01+ Acura RSX Type S 2.0L DOHC i-VTEC 16 Valve (K20A2) 36mm Intake Stainless Race Flo Valves

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SKU: man11132-8
Part Number: 11132-8
Notes: Race Series Valves; Intake; Set of 8
Manufacturer: Manley
Margin: .050"
O/A Length: 109.22mm
Seat Width: .075"
Tip Length: 2.08mm
Stem Diameter: 5.5mm/.2165”
Head Diameter: 36mm
Top of Head: 17° Dish
Underhead Angle/Radius: Pro Flo: 22° x 5/16"

Product Category: Valvetrain

Our Price: $190.80

StartYear EndYear Make Model SubModel Cyl Lit Fuel FuelDel ASP EngDesg Notes
2002 2004 ACURA RSX TYPE-S ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL K20A2 Race Series Valves; Intake; Set of 8
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Manley Sport Compact - Race Series Valves: Manley Performance Sport Compact stainless steel valves utilize our exceptional "Race Series" alloy and are manufactured to the highest quality standards.

Manley valves are designed to outflow and outperform all others even in the most severe environments. Manley stainless valves feature gorgeous yet durable chrome stems, swirl polished under heads, fully hardened tips, completely machined combustion faces, closely controlled margin heights, and exact stem to seat concentricity to render a finished product that is unsurpassed.

Manley intake valves typically are built with our original "Pro-Flo" design which reduces the stem diameter in the fillet area for increased airflow but also less valve weight.

In certain specific applications, Manley offers our "Extreme Duty" exhaust material. Our "Extremealloy" alloy offers more hot hardness and high temperature strength than our competitors' offerings. This alloy is ideal for extremely high boosted applications where the exhaust gas temperatures reach what seem like unthinkable levels.

Manley stainless valves are suitable for all applications ranging from the mild street performer to the jaw dropping 1000+ horsepower race cars competing at the drag strip or drifting events.
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In March, 1966, Manley Speed Equipment, Inc. was founded by Hank Manley shortly after his graduation from Brown University. His interest in performance and racing traced back to 1960 when at age seventeen he rebuilt a 312 CID Ford V-8 engine, installed a camshaft and three two-barrel carburetors, and raced a 1956 Thunderbird on the streets of New Jersey.

Initially the line included stainless valves, forged pistons, camshafts, lifters, vanadium valve springs, push rods and timing chain kits. The first catalog was mimeographed paper. The address of the company, prophetically, was 13 Race Street in Bloomfield, New Jersey. A name change to Manley Performance Products, Inc soon followed.

Don Garlits, Bo Laws and Joe Mondello were early customers and their race cars appeared on the cover of the 1969 catalog. In 1971 a decade-long relationship began with legendary Bill Jenkins and Grumpy's Toy made its initial appearance on the cover of a Manley catalog. The flamboyant Funny Car showman "Jungle Jim" Liberman was also a prized customer and friend.

Hank's son, Trip Manley, spent the summertime during his youth learning the trade while working in the valve department at Manley Performance. In 1987, Trip had the opportunity to work for the Gywnn family on Darrell's Top Fuel team. This was the experience of a lifetime, not only being employed by the Gywnns and learning about the Fuel car, but traveling the country and getting a first-hand education from guys like Chris Cunningham and Mike Green (Mike has been a top crew chief for many years since his early days maintaining the cylinder heads for Darrell). Before entering his final year of college in 1988, Trip worked for American Eagle Marine, an offshore boat racing team in Torrance, CA, in the engine department; primarily focused on cylinder head development.

After completing his academic education, Trip was off to New England; to run the northeast sales territory for Manley Performance. Two years later he took over the Sales Manager position and today he and his management team, consisting of Michael Tokarchik (G.M.), Gil Morejon (CFO) and Peter Coleman (Manufacturing Manager), run the company's day to day operations.

By 1988 the company had outgrown the Bloomfield facility and several acres were purchased in Lakewood, New Jersey for the construction of a new factory. Ten years later the manufacturing space was doubled. Connecting rods were now manufactured in the plant along with a line of Platinum Series forged pistons.

Led by our GM Michael Tokarchik, in 2002 Manley entered the high performance passenger car market as an OEM supplier of connecting rods for the 2003/2004 Ford SVT Mustang Cobra. Production reached 2500 rods per week without missing a single delivery date. Ford awarded Manley it's highest ever supplier rating. Manley's presence in the OEM market continued as a supplier for the Ford GT.

Today, Manley Performance continues to re-define itself in a high performance aftermarket industry that is constantly evolving. We've developed new products for growing markets such as sport compact, Ford modular and Chevy LS; as well as maintained our leadership role with unmatched quality and performance.
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