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Milodon 15004

Roller Timing Chain Small Block Chevy 265-400

Milodon 15004

697-15004

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Milodon 15004 Roller Timing Chain Small Block Chevy 265-400 $57.95
Roller Timing Chain
  • Small Block Chevy 265-400

  • Specifications:

    Gaskets Included
    No
    Bolts/Studs Included
    No
    Cam Sprocket Material
    Steel
    Crank Sprocket Material
    Steel
    Maximum Advance/Retard at Camshaft
    4 degree
    Maximum Advance/Retard at Crankshaft
    4 degree
    Offset Bushings Included
    No
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Thrust Bearing Included
    No
    Timing Chain Style
    Double roller
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    15004

    Premium Roller Timing Chain Sets From Milodon Provide the Ultimate in Consistent Performance and Extended Durability

    Premium Roller Timing Chain Sets feature THE highest quality chain available. Milodon timing chains have huge .250" diameter non-split design rollers that actually roll into the sprocket, reducing power- robbing drag. Unlike most other timing chain sets, the Milodon chain almost eliminates chain stretch problems even in racing conditions. Cam and crank gears are CNC machined from high tensile strength, heat-treated material. Both timing chain gears use a wider tooth profile for superior strength and wear resistance. Crank gear has three keyways to allow an easy 4° of advance or retard, if so desired.

    15004 - Milodon Premium Roller Timing Chains is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
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    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Milodon - 15004 Timing Chain Looks like a great component, but after the dyno test it was determined that our odd noise was the timing chain rubbing on the stock GM timing cover. Perhaps I didn't read the instruction closely and an aftermarket timing cover is necessary or a cam button is necessary even tho I am running a hydraulic flat tappet cam?
    Date published: 2016-05-13
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