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Old 07-21-2008, 11:18 AM
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Valve spring help !!!

hello guys i was wondering if you could reccomend any valve springs for my solid roller sbc. i need springs that can handle uo to 700" lift and o/d 1.460"


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We'd need a bit more info.

If you had the cam manufacturers recommended pressures that would help immensely.

Also need to know the installed height and whether or not it's a double or triple spring.

Plus any info on the dimensions of your retainers is needed.
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recomennted presures are 200 psi closed @ 1.950" / 505 psi @ 1.400" open
i am looking for dual springs that fit my seats o/d 1.460" .

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1.95/1.400 is only .550 lift

is .550lift what the cam is or are you planning ahead for .700?
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