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Edelbrock 7802 Performer-Link Timing Chain Set, SB Chevy, V6
Edelbrock 7802 Performer-Link Timing Chain Set, SB Chevy, V6

Edelbrock 7802 Performer-Link Timing Chain Set, SB Chevy, V6

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Edelbrock 7802 Performer-Link Timing Chain Set, SB Chevy, V6
Edelbrock 7802 Performer-Link Timing Chain Set, SB Chevy, V6
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Will not fit factory roller cam applications.
Bolts/Studs Included:
Timing Chain Style:
Double Roller
Retard at Camshaft:
Retard at Crankshaft:
Thrust Bearing Included:
Offset Bushings Included:
Cam Sprocket Material:
Crank Sprocket Material:
Billet steel


Performer-Link timing chain sets are for use with Edelbrock or stock cams.
  • For Use with Stock or Edelbrock Camshafts
  • Stressproof Steel Crank Gears
  • Stock replacement and 50-State Street Legal
  • Not for OEM Hydraulic Roller-Lifter Camshaft Eng.
  • Not for use above 6500 rpm
  • Single keyway crank sprocket

Installation Instructions (PDF)


Not applicable to OEM Chevrolet and Chrysler hydraulic roller-lifter camshaft equipped engines.

Street legal timing chain sets include a heavy duty double roller chain, not a True Roller chain.   

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

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