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COMP Cams® .600” Lift Beehive™ Valve Springs for Ford 2018+ Coyote Applications

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Memphis, TN – COMP Cams® debuts a .600” lift valve spring option for high RPM and boosted 2018 and later Ford Coyote engines.

This .600” lift Beehive™ Valve Spring has been developed specifically for high performance Coyote engines to create higher load, higher RPM and more lift capacity than stock valve springs. Dyno testing has proven these springs benefit both N/A and forced induction applications, even with stock camshafts, by providing increased valve control over the stock springs.

Available as springs only or as complete kits with everything needed for a well-engineered upgrade, these kits will include either a steel retainer or lightweight titanium retainer, valve seats and seals. These kits take the guesswork out of choosing the correct parts and ensure your valve train is set-up for big cams, high RPM and big boost.

The COMP Cams® .600” Lift Beehive™ Valve Springs for Ford 2018+ Coyote Applications fit 2018 & later Ford Coyote and Boss 5.0L engines.

To place an order or get more information, call our tech line at 1.800.999.0853  M-F 7 am-8 pm CST.

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About COMP Cams®

Founded in 1976 and based in Memphis, TN, COMP Cams® has become the automotive performance aftermarket’s “Absolute Leader in Valve Train Technology.” Our mission is to produce the highest-performing products possible, provide superior customer service and lead the industry in technological development.

Additional information about COMP Cams® and its products can be found at www.compcams.com or by calling 1.800.999.0853 open M-F 7am-8pm CST. You can also visit us on Facebook (facebook.com/COMPWins), Twitter (twitter.com/COMPCams), Instagram (instagram.com/compcamsofficial) and YouTube (CPGNationTV.com).

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