RHS 11991-01 BBC Cylinder Head Valve Kit, 1.630/2.25/1.88,Solid Roller
396 Chevy Big Block V8, 402 Chevy Big Block V8, 427 Chevy Big Block V8, 454 Chevy Big Block V8
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When it comes to street performance and/or competitive racing, the horsepower capability of cylinder heads can be limited if not used with the right parts. Cylinder head studs and components can mean the difference between high performance durability and stress-related component failures. RHS tests all of its cylinder heads with premium COMP Cams components giving you the optimal airflow combination for maximum engine performance. These exclusive RHS part kits give you the ideal combination of components for your cylinder head assembly and are proven to offer superior performance for your specific engine application.
11991-01 Assembly Kit:
- Fits Big Block Chevy cylinder heads
- Includes premium COMP Cams components
- Contains enough parts to assemble ONE cylinder head
- 4 Sportsman Stainless Steel Intake Valves 2.250" 11/32, + .250" Long (COMP Cams Part# 6022-1)
- 4 Sportsman Stainless Steel Exhaust Valves 1.880" 11/32, + .100" Long (COMP Cams Part# 6023-1)
- 8 Super Locks 10° Angle, 11/32" Stem (COMP Cams Part# 611-1)
- 8 Titanium Retainers 10° (COMP Cams Part# 733-1)
- 8 Dual Valve Springs 1.639" O.D. (COMP Cams Part# 991-1)
- 8 Spring I.D. Locators .060" Thick, .570" I.D. 1.625" O.D. (COMP Cams Part# 4774-1)
- 8 Metal Body Viton Valve Seals .530" Guide, 11/32" Stem (COMP Cams Part# 529-1)
- 8 Hi-Tech Race Rocker Studs 7/1612 " Diameter, 7/16" Base Thread size (COMP Cams Part# 4512-1)
- 4 Guide Plates for 3/8" sized pushrods (COMP Cams Part# 4806-1)
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