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Manley Performance has been manufacturing the finest stainless steel valves for over 40 years. Manley Performance Sport Compact stainless steel valves utilize their 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. Featuring 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 their 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 an "Extreme Duty" exhaust material. Their "Extremealloy" alloy offers more hot hardness and high temperature strength than any 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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Manley Performance, formerly called Manley Speed Equipment, was established in 1966 by Hank Manley shortly after his graduation from Brown University. His interest in the performance and racing traced back to 1960 when, at age 17, he rebuilt a 312 CID Ford V8 engine, installed a camshaft and three two-barrel carbs, and raced a ’56 Thunderbird on New Jersey’s streets. Initially, the company’s product lineup included stainless valves, lifters, camshafts, forged pistons, vanadium valve springs, pushrods, and timing chain kits. By 1998, Manley had outgrown its first Bloomfield, New Jersey facility and bought several acres in Lakewood, New Jersey. It was around this time that the brand’s name formally changed to Manley Performance. Nearly a decade later, the production space doubled in size.
Led by 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 its highest ever supplier rating. Manley’s presence in the OEM market continued from there as a supplier for the Ford GT. After nearly 50 years since its inception, Manley continues to be globally recognized as the leading manufacturer of performance valves, connecting rods, cylinder head components, pushrods, drive and oil systems, and several other engine parts.
Manley Performance specializes in high-performance engine internals that range from stock replacements to full-on race applications. They have been the standard of the industry since their inception; a fact that still remains true now as they have ventured into new markets. Today, Manley Performance continues to re-define itself in a high-performance aftermarket industry that is constantly evolving. The brand has developed a wide range of new products for growing markets that include sport compact, Ford modular, and Chevy LS. Manley also maintains its leadership role with the traditional V8 engine business.
If you are in need of a serious upgrade to your engine, then Manley Performance parts should be on your list. Like all of our suggested manufacturers, Manley uses the best materials available to ensure a quality part for your engine. We carry Manley connecting rods, crankshafts, pistons, and valve components. The large lineup of domestic parts includes sport compact vehicles, Ford modular engines, GM’s LS series internals, and HEMI product upgrades for Chrysler.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for or need help choosing the right part for your car, call our sales team at (480) 966-3040. We are here to make your buying experience a breeze.