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COMP Cams 6011-8 Sportsman Stainless Steel Exhaust Valves, Chevy,Set/8
COMP Cams 6011-8 Sportsman Stainless Steel Exhaust Valves, Chevy,Set/8

COMP Cams 6011-8 Sportsman Stainless Steel Exhaust Valves, Chevy,Set/8

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6011-8 - SS Valves, SBC EXH 1.600" 11/3 2" Std.

COMP Cams Sportsman Stainless Steel Valves are available in a variety of diameters and stem lengths for street/competition engines. Made from 21-4N forged high-strength steel alloy with 50 HRc minimum hard tips (eliminates the need for a lash cap), these valves are state-of-the-art, delivering tremendous performance and durability. Recommended for all hydraulic, mechanical and roller lifter applications, these valves feature hard chrome-plated 11/32-inch stems with proprietary oil retention surfacing, not thin flash plating.

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1962-2004 Chevy 302-400
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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