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COMP Cams 910-16 Valve Springs, Single, 380 lb Rate, Set of 16
COMP Cams 910-16 Valve Springs, Single, 380 lb Rate, Set of 16

COMP Cams 910-16 Valve Springs, Single, 380 lb Rate, Set of 16

Standard Valve Spring Style, 1.28" Coil Bind Height, Damper Spring Included

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Valve Spring Style:
Standard
Coil Bind Height:
1.28"
Damper Spring Included:
Yes
Outer Spring O.D.:
1.354"
Outer Spring I.D.:
0.94"
Spring Rate:
380 lbs.
MFG. Part #:
910-16
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Number of Springs Per Valve:
Single
Coated:
No
GTIN Code:
036584270157

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COMP Cams Single Valve Springs.

Single Outer Valve Springs from COMP Cams allow you to build the perfect spring assembly for your application. The valve spring creation process is far more involved than most people realize. Selecting the right metal stock and creating the best design is not done by chance. COMP Cams has developed a process that creates the highest quality valve spring available. The result is a product that meets and exceeds the expectations of today's engine builders and racers.

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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 4 business days for COMP Cams to ship this item.
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