COMP Cams 929-16 Dual Valve Springs: 1.535 OD Outer/.754 ID Inner
Standard Valve Spring Style, 1.54" Outside Diameter, 437 lbs. Spring Rate
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Dual Valve Springs from COMP Cams® are manufactured from Super Clean™ wire and subject to extensive quality control testing to deliver a valve spring assembly with superior strength, durability and valve train stability, no matter what the application. The dual spring design creates a stronger valve spring that can easily handle the increased lift found in extreme stress applications. COMP Cams® Dual Valve Springs exceed the expectations of today’s engine builders and racers.
- O.D. of Outer Diameter 1: 1.535"
- I.D. of Outer Diameter 2: 1.135"
- I.D. of Inner Diameter 3: .754"
- Seat Load: 148 @ 1.880
- Open Load: 432 @ 1.230
- Coil Bind: 1.160
- Rate(lbs./in.): 437
- Titanium Retainer: 732, 721
- Steel Retainer: 1732, 741
- Cup Seat: 4700, 4772, 4773
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