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Isky Racing Cams 235D Valve Springs, 1.26 Inch Diameter, S/B Chevy
Isky Racing Cams 235D Valve Springs, 1.26 Inch Diameter, S/B Chevy

Isky Racing Cams 235D Valve Springs, 1.26 Inch Diameter, S/B Chevy

Chevy Small Block V8, Single Spring w/ Damper Valve Spring Style, 1.26" Outside Diameter

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Isky Racing Cams 235D Valve Springs, 1.26 Inch Diameter, S/B Chevy
Isky Racing Cams 235D Valve Springs, 1.26 Inch Diameter, S/B Chevy
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Valve Spring Style:
Single Spring w/ Damper
Outside Diameter:
1.26"
Open Pressure:
320 lbs. @ 1.20"
Seat Pressure:
130 lbs. @ 1.75"
Inside Diameter:
.886"
MFG. Part #:
235D
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Solid Height:
1.15"
Notes:
Set of (16)

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These durable racing valve springs from Isky Racing Cams are built for high performance small block chevy engines.  They are ideal for oval track use and feature a coil bind height of 1.15".  Sold as a set of 16.

  • Small Block Chevy racing springs
  • Will handle .550" net valve lift
  • 1.260" outside diameter
  • .886 inside diameter
  • 130lbs@1.750"
  • 320lbs@1.200"
  • 1.150" coil bind
  • Sold as a set of 16
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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