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COMP Cams 5760 Adjustable Camshaft Phaser Lock Kit, Chrysler
COMP Cams 5760 Adjustable Camshaft Phaser Lock Kit, Chrysler

COMP Cams 5760 Adjustable Camshaft Phaser Lock Kit, Chrysler

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5760 - Lock Kit, Hemi Phaser.

The award-winning, patent pending Adjustable Phaser Locks for the 5.0L Coyote Modular V8 Engines allow fully adjustable locking over the OEM phaser range (50 degrees) by using a stock timing set, phaser system, bolts with special plugs and slotted degree plates. The locks are easy to adjust on the engine and include a 4 crank degree (2 cam degrees) mark on the outer diameter for accurate adjustment. They allow aftermarket race cams to be physically degreed and locked to ensure adequate piston to valve clearance and precise centerline control at very high RPM under extreme conditions, independent of any computer or mapping. Locking is required with the FAST XFI, XFI 2.0 and other aftermarket EFI systems.

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  • Learn how to re-build a junkyard Small Block Chevy. A step-by-step guide on how to select a SBC, machine the valve guide bosses down, and what parts to use to upgrade to your personal liking.

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