Three Piece Billet Aluminum Timing Covers
265, 283, 307, 302, 305, 327, 350, 383, 400, 427, L46, L48, L65, LM1, LT-1, L82, L81, LS9, L83, L98, L05, LG3, LG4, LT1, LT4, Camaro, Corvette, Chevelle, Stingray, Silverado, C10, Firebird, Chevrolet, Chevy, Small Block Chevy, Caprice, Malibu, Impala, Nova, 355, GEN1, Monte Carlo, S10
These lightweight yet rigid Three-Piece Billet Aluminum timing covers for Chevrolet Small Block and 90 Degree V6 allow for camshaft timing adjustments without removing the harmonic damper or disturbing the oil seal.
Comp Cams now offers timming chain covers for popular GM applications. The steel timing cover has a welded thrust plate tab for use with a cam button. Lightweight two piece timing covers eliminate timing cover flex, which causes erratic ignition timing. They allow camshaft replacement without disturbing the oil pan seal. Camshaft endplay adjustment is simplfied with the dial indicator access hole. Three piece timing chain covers offer the advantages listed above with one more key feature. Access to timing adjustments without having to remove the harmonic damper. Designed to be lightweight, yet rigid, these billet covers offer convenience and performance in one easy to install package. Each kit includes gaskets, seal, and hardware.
Does the Comp Cams 310 timing cover fit behind the so-called "short water pump" on a small block chevy 327?
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