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COMP Cams® Beehive™ LS6+ Valve Spring Kits

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Memphis, TN – The COMP Cams® Beehive™ LS6+ Valve Springs are now available in complete valve spring kits that allow for easy installation on popular LS applications.

Improving upon the “blue” GM LS6 factory valve spring, COMP Cams® Beehive™ LS6+ Valve Springs allow for 4% higher seat and open loads for better dynamic control, as well as an extra .030” of lift capability. These springs are the perfect option when performing a mild performance cam swap or when looking to refresh an old engine. The use of premium wire and small batch manufacturing processes ensure maximum quality and durability.

The Beehive™ LS6+ Valve Spring Kits are specifically matched as an excellent upgrade for COMP Cams® NSR (No Springs Required) LS Camshafts and feature all the components needed to install these revolutionary springs with no machine work required. Each Beehive™ LS6+ Valve Spring Kit includes Beehive™ Valve Springs, chromemoly or lightweight tool steel retainers, locks, valve seals and spring seats.

Buy part # 26906TS-KIT or part # 26906CS-KIT now. 

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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