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COMP Cams 1730-16 Lightweight Tool Steel Retainers, 1.437-1.500 Inch
COMP Cams 1730-16 Lightweight Tool Steel Retainers, 1.437-1.500 Inch

COMP Cams 1730-16 Lightweight Tool Steel Retainers, 1.437-1.500 Inch

Standard Valve Spring Style, Standard Valve Spring Retainer Style, .70" Inside Diameter, Steel

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COMP Cams 1730-16 Lightweight Tool Steel Retainers, 1.437-1.500 Inch
COMP Cams 1730-16 Lightweight Tool Steel Retainers, 1.437-1.500 Inch
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MFG. Part #:
1730-16
Valve Spring Style:
Standard
Valve Spring Retainer Style:
Standard
Inside Diameter:
.70"
Outside Diameter:
1.50"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Each
GTIN Code:
036584170297

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These new Tool Steel Retainers from COMP Cams® have a 10° angle and fit all stem sizes. Tool Steel Retainers provide the best of all valve train benefits: light weight, as well as exceptional strength and wear characteristics. Approximately 33% lighter than conventional chromemoly steel retainers and only 2-4 grams heavier than titanium (depending upon application), they are made from high-grade Tool Steel, making them able to withstand even the most demanding race applications. Developed using latest FEA and CAD software, these retainers are CNC-machined for consistent quality and Spintron®-tested to extreme RPM.

  • Set of 16
  • 10 degree angle
  • Fit all stem sizes
  • Lightweight
  • CNC Machined
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