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Comp Cams 7100 Small Block Chevy Keyway Billet Timing Set w/Bearing
Comp Cams 7100 Small Block Chevy Keyway Billet Timing Set w/Bearing

Comp Cams 7100 Small Block Chevy Keyway Billet Timing Set w/Bearing

Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy 90-Degree V6, Not Gasket(s) Included, Not Hardware Included

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Comp Cams 7100 Small Block Chevy Keyway Billet Timing Set w/Bearing
Comp Cams 7100 Small Block Chevy Keyway Billet Timing Set w/Bearing
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MFG. Part #:
7100
GTIN Code:
036584057307
Gasket(s) Included:
No
Hardware Included:
No
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These adjustable billet timing gear sets are designed for use on 265-400 1955-1991 small block Chevy applications.
  • Induction hardened and precision machined steel billet gears for bullet proof durability
  • Feature 9 keyway crank sprocket for 2-degree incremental adjustability, 8-degree maximum advance/retard
  • Pre-stretched, heat-treated double roller timing chain with heavy-duty large pin design
  • Includes Torrington roller thrust bearing for reduced friction
  • Ideal for all street performance and race applications

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SBC 265-400
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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