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Isky Racing Dual Valve Springs w/ Damper, 1.560 O.D.
Isky Racing Dual Valve Springs w/ Damper, 1.560 O.D.

Isky Racing Dual Valve Springs w/ Damper, 1.560 O.D.

Dual Spring w/ Damper Valve Spring Style, .710" Maximum Lift, 250 lbs. @ 2.03" Seat Pressure

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Isky Racing Dual Valve Springs w/ Damper, 1.560 O.D.
Isky Racing Dual Valve Springs w/ Damper, 1.560 O.D.
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Valve Spring Style:
Dual Spring w/ Damper
Maximum Lift:
.710"
Open Pressure:
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Seat Pressure:
250 lbs. @ 2.03"
Outer Spring O.D.:
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Outer Spring I.D.:
1.145"
Inner Spring O.D.:
1.035"
Inner Spring I.D.:
.740"
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Solid Height:
1.20"
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Set of (16)

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These springs run harder, rev higher, and live longer. Isky Tool Room (Std) and Rad-9000 (Rad) racing valve springs are some of the very best valve springs made. Valve springs sold in complete engine sets (16).

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  • Manufactured to the highest standards in the industry
  • Guaranteed for 1,000 racing miles
  • Each spring thoroughy tested at the factory

NOTE: Machining of valve seat may be required if spring O.D. is larger than 1.250".

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

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