COMP Cams 4926 Details
This amazing tool actually slides down into the lifter bore and rides on top of the camshaft in order to measure lobe lift and base circle runout. Each tool includes two followers: one for solid or hydraulic cams and one for rollers.
Comp Cams degree kits are a must have for any engine builder. They allow accurate measurements of several key timing functions. Camshaft centerline, valve timing, top dead center, bottom dead center, etc. can be found using one of these kits. This is essential to insure proper camshaft installation and maximum power. Watch the "how to" video below from Comp Cams for more information!
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Will this tool fit mopar 440 ci lifter bores?
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Ships on 12/20/18
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