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AFR - Airflow Research Valve Spring (AFR Chrome) 1.560" O.D. .740" I.D.

033-8003

Ships directly from the manufacturer on 10/31/19
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$14.55
AFR - Airflow Research Valve Spring (AFR Chrome) 1.560" O.D. .740" I.D. $14.55
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Valve Spring (AFR Chrome)
  • 1.560'' O.D.; .740'' I.D.
  • 250 lbs @ 1.980''; 610 lbs. @ 1.280''
  • 1.160'' Coil Bind
  • 515 lbs/in Spring Rate
  • .740'' Max Lift*
  • Chrome Silicon w/Electroplate Polishing
  • Sold Individually, 1/pkg.
  • Specifications:

    Coil Bind Height (in.)
    1.16
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Coated
    No
    Damper Spring Included
    No
    Number of Springs Per Valve
    Dual
    Valve Spring Style
    Standard
    Outside Diameter of Outer Spring (in.)
    1.55
    Spring Rate
    515 lbs./in.
    Inside Diameter of Inner Spring (in.)
    0.74
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    8003
    Shipping Weight:
    0.36
    Package Height:
    3
    Package Depth:
    1.7
    Package Width:
    1.7

    AFR Replacement Valve Springs are available for a variety of applications. These springs will fit many different cylinder heads.

    * = Recommended Maximum Lift
    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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