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COMP Cams 982-16 Valve Springs, Single, 362 lb Rate, Set of 16
COMP Cams 982-16 Valve Springs, Single, 362 lb Rate, Set of 16

COMP Cams 982-16 Valve Springs, Single, 362 lb Rate, Set of 16

Conical Valve Spring Style, 1.135" Coil Bind Height, 1.25" Outer Spring O.D.

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COMP Cams 982-16 Valve Springs, Single, 362 lb Rate, Set of 16
COMP Cams 982-16 Valve Springs, Single, 362 lb Rate, Set of 16
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COMP Cams Conical Valve Springs, 1.454"/1.250" OD, 100 lbs 1.750", 281 lbs 1.250", Set of 16.

Conical Valve Springs from COMP Cams have a unique cone shape. They were specifically designed for Small Block Chevrolets with up to .500° lift but require no machining to the spring pockets. Extensive quality assurance testing ensures your Conical Valve Springs are free of any microscopic surface defects for optimum strength and durability. These Conical Valve Springs work with part #730-16 titanium retainers and part #743-16 steel retainers.

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