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RHS Piston Oilers

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Memphis, TN – RHS Piston Oilers bolt inside the RHS LS Race Block and squirt oil onto the pistons, keeping them lubricated and cool during extreme race use. Made exclusively for the RHS LS Race Block, new and improved RHS Piston Oilers are designed to keep pistons lubricated for optimal performance even during the most demanding racing conditions. The oilers are ... Read More »

RHS Pro Elite™ Aluminum Assembled Cylinder Heads For LS7 Applications

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Memphis, TN – RHS Pro Elite™ Aluminum Cylinder Heads For LS7 Applications are now available in fully assembled versions that are perfect for small and large cubic inch, hardcore street applications. RHS Pro Elite™ LS7 Cylinder Heads are the aftermarket’s first high performance LS-style head to feature a raised intake runner design that fits both stock and aftermarket LS7 intake manifolds ... Read More »

COMP Cams Conical Valve Springs

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Memphis, TN – Built for street and race applications, the new line of conical valve springs from COMP Cams represents a revolutionary advancement in high performance valve spring technology. Expected to become the new standard in high performance valve spring design, COMP Cams Conical Valve Springs utilize round wire and feature a diameter-driven and progressive pitch-driven natural frequency. This design increases ... Read More »

COMP Cams #26926 Dual Valve Spring Kit

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Memphis, TN – The newest valve spring kit from COMP Cams provides an easy way to fit an older engine with the latest spring technology without the need to guess about which parts will make it work. The COMP Cams #26926 Dual Valve Spring Kit is easy to set up and allows builders to utilize the modern #26926 Small Diameter Dual ... Read More »

COMP Cams 4-Pattern Camshafts

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Memphis, TN – COMP Cams 4-Pattern Camshafts are hydraulic rollers designed to optimize valve events based on runner length and feature a large increase in both area under the curve and stability at high RPM. To make the most power from your engine, you need to optimize the air ingested and captured by avoiding valves closing too soon or too ... Read More »