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COMP Cams 618-100 Super Valve Locks, 10 Degree/1-Groove, .31, Set/200
COMP Cams 618-100 Super Valve Locks, 10 Degree/1-Groove, .31, Set/200

COMP Cams 618-100 Super Valve Locks, 10 Degree/1-Groove, .31, Set/200

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COMP Cams 618-100 Super Valve Locks, 10 Degree/1-Groove, .31, Set/200
COMP Cams 618-100 Super Valve Locks, 10 Degree/1-Groove, .31, Set/200
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618-100 - SUper Valve Locks, EB 5/16" w/Recess.

COMP Cams Super valve locks are wider-angled 10 degree locks. They distribute the ever-increasing valve spring loads over the retainer better than typical 7 degree locks by reducing the chance of "pull-through" failure. These valve locks are precision-machined for accuracy and are available for many popular valve sizes with or without a lash cap recess. The Super valve locks will fit any COMP Cams 10 degree retainer and are recommended for all race applications due to their superior strength.

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