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Chevrolet Performance 19154761 CT350 602 Crate Valve Springs, Set/16
Chevrolet Performance 19154761 CT350 602 Crate Valve Springs, Set/16

Chevrolet Performance 19154761 CT350 602 Crate Valve Springs, Set/16

602 GM Chevy Crate Engine, Standard Valve Spring Style, 1.25" Outside Diameter

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Chevrolet Performance 19154761 CT350 602 Crate Valve Springs, Set/16
Chevrolet Performance 19154761 CT350 602 Crate Valve Springs, Set/16
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Valve Spring Style:
Standard
Outside Diameter:
1.25"
Seat Pressure:
80 lbs at 1.70"
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Set
Solid Height:
1.20"
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Set of (16)

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Replace your worn out valve springs in your 1996 LT4 Corvette, ZZ4, GM 602 CT350/400 or ZZ383 engine with these quality steel replacement springs.  Sold as a complete set of 16.
  • Set of 16 single springs
  • Outside diameter:  1.25"
  • Pressure @ installed height: 80# @ 1.70"
  • Solid height: 1.20"
  • Average Rate (lbs@in): 256
  • Genuine replacement part number 12495494 for 1996 LT4 Corvette, ZZ4, GM 602 CT350/400 and ZZ383 engines
  • Note: Catalog technical description update with correct specs as provided here.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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