Performance Gasflowed Cylinder Heads

STK Performance are Direct Importers of Quality Cylinder Heads & Performance Components.   Products developed , Manufactured & sourced Globally and suited to South African Market needs.

Gasflowed Performance Cylinder Head

STK MP9 , 1600 / 1800 / 2000cc Cylinder Head

These Cylinder Heads are suited to CitiGolf Velociti , Citi R-Line & Polo A13 models. Cylinder. For most Volkswagen Track & Motorsport vehicles used in South Africa. Utilized Original Volkswagen Polo Cup Challenge. These Cylinder Heads are easily converted for Solid / Mechanical Lifter applications. They have five Cam Caps with 40mm & 33mm Valve Inserts.

Performance Cylinder Heads – MP9

STK Performance offer Gas-flowed Cylinder Heads. Fully Gasflowed with angled seats and tapered guides for optimum flow rates. Designed to use with Standard Fuel Injection Manifold Systems. If you are looking for that extra power from your Cylinder Head we have the answer. Avoid losing too much low down with the STK Small High Velocity Port is your best option. Should you use the Cylinder Head for Track Purposes or with ITB’s then the bigger port option is better. Contact us directly regarding Custom Cylinder Heads for your requirements

Performance Cylinder Head VW X-Flow 

  For use with Side Draughts or ITB’s consider the STK X-Flow Cylinder Head. Based on the Original German Cylinder Head. Unlike the Mexican OE Cylinder Head (Golf / Jetta 4, 1600 / 2000cc) there is far less airflow restriction around the guide area.The STK XFlow has a 1mm larger port opening. With the removal of this restricted area a significant increase in airflow is obtained.

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STK offer Cylinder Head packages which include Performance Camshafts and Hi-rev Valve Spring sets , contact us for further information on Quality Kits at Affordable Prices!

 

**Please Note: All STK New Cylinder Heads have a standard production CC and it is therefore the Clients responsibility to ensure that their engine compression ratio is measured and rectified by a Master Mechanic in order to obtain the maximum from the Performance Upgrade.