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Mopar Performance Dual Valve Spring with Damper Small Block

312-P3412068

Estimated to ship on 12/07/18

$10.99
Mopar Performance Dual Valve Spring with Damper Small Block $10.99
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Dual Valve Spring with Damper
  • Small Block
  • OD: 1.46"
  • Lift: .520"/.620"
  • 1/pkg
  • Specifications:

    Coated
    No
    Damper Spring Included
    Yes
    Inside Diameter of Outer Spring (in.)
    1.078
    Number of Springs Per Valve
    Dual
    Outside Diameter of Outer Spring (in.)
    1.46
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Valve Spring Style
    Standard
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    P3412068

    High-pressure valve springs can be used on exhaust and intake valves for all high-performance applications. They feature a shorter, fully-compressed height and allow for increased valve lift. Springs maintain spring load at higher RPM. A must for high-performance cams. Sold individually. With a single spring, the damper is installed inside the main spring; with a dual spring, the damper is installed between the inner and outer springs. There are no dampers in the triple springs.

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