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COMP Cams 941-12

COMP Cams Chevy V6, 1.260" Outer Spring with Damper

249-941-12

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$133.99
COMP Cams Chevy V6, 1.260" Outer Spring with Damper $133.99
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Chevy V6, 1.260'' Outer Spring with Damper

COMP Cams 941-12 Details

Chevy

Spring O.D.: 1.260''
Seat Pressure: 135 lbs @ 1.750'' Seat; 379 lbs @ 1.200'' Open
Coil Bind: 1.130''
Rate (lbs/in): 443 lbs/in

Specifications:

Inside Diameter
0.876
Coil Bind Height (in.)
1.13
Open Height (in.)
1.25
Outside Diameter
1.26
Installed Height (in.)
1.75
Installed Pressure (lbs.)
135
Open Pressure (lbs.)
359
Spring Rate (lbs./in.)
447
Camshaft Type
Hydraulic
Camshaft Type
Mechanical
Spring Type
Single
Position
Outer
Coated
No
Damper Spring Included
Yes
Inside Diameter of Outer Spring (in.)
0.871
Number of Springs Per Valve
Single
Outside Diameter of Outer Spring (in.)
1.255
Quantity
Sold as a set of 12
Spring Rate
441 lbs./in.
Valve Spring Style
Standard
Manufacturer's Part Number:
941-12

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