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COMP Cams 4008 Rev Kit, Chevy 265-400 with .874 Inch Tappet
COMP Cams 4008 Rev Kit, Chevy 265-400 with .874 Inch Tappet

COMP Cams 4008 Rev Kit, Chevy 265-400 with .874 Inch Tappet

Chevy Small Block V8

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COMP Cams 4008 Rev Kit, Chevy 265-400 with .874 Inch Tappet
COMP Cams 4008 Rev Kit, Chevy 265-400 with .874 Inch Tappet
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COMP Cams Rev Kit for Small Block Chevrolet with .874" Lifter Diameter.

In some endurance and oval track applications, it is necessary to use a rev kit to precisely follow the profile of the cam. This safety measure ensures that in the event of pushrod breakage or rocker arm failure, the lifter will not come out of the bore. This could cause a loss of oil pressure and subsequently, engine failure. COMP Cams Rev Kits are made from tough extruded aluminum and should require no machine work. The kit comes with all necessary springs and buttons.


1955-2002 Chevy 265-400
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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