Handles the Higher Pressure Due to New Valve Springs
Fits 2005-2010 Mustang 4.6L 3V GT
For use with Comp Cams Valve Springs
Steel 4130 Chromemoly Finished in Black Oxide
What's in the Box
(24) 4.6L 3V Valve Spring Retainers
New Comp Cams 05-10 Mustang 4.6L 3V valve springs with larger diameters require new retainers to handle the higher pressures developed by the springs. COMP Cams® 710-24 steel retainers are the solution. Our steel retainers are precision machined from 4140 chromemoly and finished in black oxide. These precision retainers are specifically designed for positive location when combined with COMP Cams® high-quality valve springs. For superior strength and ultimate stability, we offer our 10° retainers and our 10° valve locks.
Comp 710-24 Steel Valve Spring Retainers for use with CCA-2611324
These 710-24 valve spring retainers were formerly part # 700-24. Same part, new part #!
Comp Cams - The Absolute Leader In Valve Train Performance
COMP Cams - The Absolute Leader In Valve Train Performance
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