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Isky Racing Cams 9365 Valve Springs, 1.550 O.D., .740 I.D.
Isky Racing Cams 9365 Valve Springs, 1.550 O.D., .740 I.D.

Isky Racing Cams 9365 Valve Springs, 1.550 O.D., .740 I.D.

Dual Spring w/ Damper Valve Spring Style, 1.55" Outside Diameter, .75" Inside Diameter

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Isky Racing Cams 9365 Valve Springs, 1.550 O.D., .740 I.D.
Isky Racing Cams 9365 Valve Springs, 1.550 O.D., .740 I.D.
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Valve Spring Style:
Dual Spring w/ Damper
Outside Diameter:
1.55"
Open Pressure:
520 lbs. @ 1.17"
Seat Pressure:
210 lbs. @ 1.95"
Inside Diameter:
.75"
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Solid Height:
1.27"
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Top quality Isky valve springs for roller cam applications.

Isky Valve Spring Chart (GIF)

Specs

  • Inside Diameter: .740"
  • Outside Diameter: 1.550"
  • Cam Application: Roller
  • Seat Pressure/Height: 210# @ 1.950"
  • Open Pressure/Height: 520# @ 1.170"
  • Solid Height: 1.270"
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