These will work fine with the stock valve train components. These will be stronger than your factory springs so if you were to install a cam this would be the best time to do so.
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 0 0
This kit would work nicely on your Fox Body Mustang! It will work just fine with the factory heads and the B cam since that cam does require a spring upgrade over stock.
Answered by Trey P. from Lorena | Comment 0 0
With the iron gt40 heads and the f303 I know these would work great but if I wanted to do the 1.7rr it would put the lift at .542 right? So is it ok to push the limit of the springs or should I use different nonessential or just keep the 1.6rr?
Asked by Joshua V. from ocala | Comment 0 0
Are these valve spring shims hardened? Also what is the spring height gauge exactly? Is it for setting up the assembled spring height, is it one of those micrometer types, don't see it in the pics. thanks
Asked by Ed M. from Mickleton | Comment 0 0
The shims, locks and retainers are all constructed from hardened 4140 chromoly steel.
The height gauge is an L-shaped plastic piece with graduations for measuring the compressed spring height.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | 1 Comments 0 0
The directions are little vague about if there are any adjustment or torque order when finishing install. If I am running hydraulic roller lifters with non roller & non adjustable rockers, do I follow the instructions and just torque the pedestal non-adjustable non roller rockers to 24 ft. lbs. to complete the install.
Asked by Brad M. from Spokane | Comment 0 0
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