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COMP Cams Conical Valve Spring Rate: 362 lbs

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COMP Cams 982-1
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Conical Valve Spring
  • Rate: 362 lbs
  • Inner Diameter: 1.070'' Top, .866'' Bottom
  • Outer Diameter: 1.454'' Top, 1.250'' Bottom
  • Seat Load: 100 lbs at 1.750''
  • Open Load: 281 lbs at 1.250''
  • Coil Bind Height: 1.135''
  • 1/pkg
  • Ships directly from the manufacturer on 04/14/20
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    Which vehicles would this conical valve spring be used in?

    Asked by: Brad67911
    Conical valve springs have a unique cone shape. They were specifically designed for Small Block Chevrolets with up to .500" lift but require no machining to the spring pockets.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-10-26
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