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COMP Cams 26975-1 Valve Spring, Single, 356 lb Rate, Each
COMP Cams 26975-1 Valve Spring, Single, 356 lb Rate, Each

COMP Cams 26975-1 Valve Spring, Single, 356 lb Rate, Each

Standard Valve Spring Style, 1.1" Coil Bind Height, Not Damper Spring Included, Not Coated

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COMP Cams 26975-1 Valve Spring, Single, 356 lb Rate, Each
COMP Cams 26975-1 Valve Spring, Single, 356 lb Rate, Each
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Valve Spring Style:
Standard
Coil Bind Height:
1.1"
Damper Spring Included:
No
Outer Spring O.D.:
1.32"
Outer Spring I.D.:
0.92"
Spring Rate:
356 lbs.
MFG. Part #:
26975-1
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Number of Springs Per Valve:
Single
Coated:
No
GTIN Code:
036584258742

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COMP Cams Single Valve Spring, 1.320" OD, 103 lbs @ 1.780", 325 lbs @ 1.160", Single Piece.

Valve springs are one of the most critical and overlooked components in your engine. They must be matched to your cam in order for the engine to reach its full potential. It does absolutely no good to install a cam that will perform up to 8,000 rpm if you do not have the correct springs. Use the only valve springs that will give the recommended spring pressure with the valve both on the seat and at maximum lift. COMP Cams valve springs are offered in single and dual styles to meet their cam requirements.

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