COMP Cams 26115-16 Elite Race Dual Valve Springs, 1.549 OD/.719 ID
Standard Valve Spring Style, 1.55" Outside Diameter, 1.20" Installed Height
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The metallurgists at COMP Cams® scrutinize every piece of metal utilized in the creation of Elite Race Valve Springs to make sure they are of unsurpassable quality because fissures within the metal of standard spring wire, caused by molecular contaminants, are the weakest link in valve spring construction. These fissures appear to be immense under the Scanning Electron Microscope but in fact, are just microns wide. Diminishing the occurrence of these fissures in valve spring steel is the COMP Cams® standard when selecting materials.
- O.D.: 1.549"
- I.D.: 0.719"
- Seat Load: 228 @ 2.050
- Open Load: 636 @ 1.300
- Coil Bind: 1.192
- Rate(lbs./in.): 544
- Titanium Retainer: 732
- Steel Retainer: 1732, 748
- Cup Seat: 4700, 4781, 4782
- Shims: 4757
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