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COMP Cams 1754-1 Tool Steel Valve Spring Retainers, 7 Degree, Each
COMP Cams 1754-1 Tool Steel Valve Spring Retainers, 7 Degree, Each

COMP Cams 1754-1 Tool Steel Valve Spring Retainers, 7 Degree, Each

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COMP Cams 1754-1 Tool Steel Valve Spring Retainers, 7 Degree, Each
COMP Cams 1754-1 Tool Steel Valve Spring Retainers, 7 Degree, Each
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COMP Cams Lightweight Tool Steel Retainer for 26921 Valve Spring, 7° Angle, 8mm Valve Stem, Single Piece.

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.

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