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Comp Cams 8100 Small Block Chevy Ultimate Adjustable Billet Timing Set
Comp Cams 8100 Small Block Chevy Ultimate Adjustable Billet Timing Set

Comp Cams 8100 Small Block Chevy Ultimate Adjustable Billet Timing Set

Chevy Small Block V8, Not Gasket(s) Included, Not Hardware Included

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Comp Cams 8100 Small Block Chevy Ultimate Adjustable Billet Timing Set
Comp Cams 8100 Small Block Chevy Ultimate Adjustable Billet Timing Set
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MFG. Part #:
8100
GTIN Code:
036584059479
Gasket(s) Included:
No
Hardware Included:
No
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These adjustable billet timing gear sets are designed for use on Chevy V6 90° 1978-86 and 265-400 1955-91 small block Chevy applications.
  • High-strength billet gears and seamless roller timing chain deliver years of reliable service
  • Features 2-degree incremental adjustability, 6-degree maximum advance/retard
  • Unique design yields precise camshaft timing and durability
  • Includes Torrington roller thrust bearing for reduced friction and custom adjusting tool
  • Ideal for all street performance and race applications

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Chevy V6 90° 1978-86
SBC 265-400 1955-91
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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