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COMP Cams® .660” Lift Dual Valve Spring Kits for GM LS Applications

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Memphis, TN – COMP Cams® .660” Lift Dual Valve Springs for GM LS applications are now available in complete kits that allow for easy installation on popular LS street/strip applications.

With a .660″ maximum lift, these Dual Valve Springs are ideal for any high performance street or race application where aggressive cams are used.  Manufactured from Super Clean™ wire and subject to extensive quality control testing, COMP Cams® delivers a valve spring assembly with superior strength, durability and valve train stability, no matter the application. The advanced surface finish processing creates a stronger valve spring that can easily handle the increased lift found in extreme stress race environments. COMP Cams® Dual Valve Springs exceed the expectations of today’s engine builders and racers.

Kits include carefully matched .660” lift dual valve springs, retainers (chromemoly or tool steel options available), locks, seals and spring seats.

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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