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Simple question , Valve springs suggestions for a stock RB #2461503
03/05/18 03:12 PM
03/05/18 03:12 PM
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I am pulling my stock 70k mile 383 4V, RV cammed heads. I want to replace the valve springs and seals. What would you suggest I use and where is a good place to purchase them? thanks for your help.

Re: Simple question , Valve springs suggestions for a stock RB [Re: polarconvert] #2461515
03/05/18 03:30 PM
03/05/18 03:30 PM
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If it's a stocker, just go to the local auto parts store and order a factory replacement.


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Re: Simple question , Valve springs suggestions for a stock RB [Re: polarconvert] #2461580
03/05/18 05:43 PM
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Any decent cam company springs for a B/RB Mopar cam with up to .525 lift should work fine, I shoot for 125 Lbs. minimum on the seats and from 300 to 350 lbs. opened at .484 lift on the valves up scope
Some of the cheaper over the counter auto part stores replacement valve springs aren't worth having or using down twocents


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Re: Simple question , Valve springs suggestions for a stock RB [Re: Cab_Burge] #2461640
03/05/18 08:01 PM
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Affton MO
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911-16 comp cams springs. $94 at summit.

Re: Simple question , Valve springs suggestions for a stock RB [Re: polarconvert] #2461928
03/06/18 11:29 AM
03/06/18 11:29 AM
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Unless your 383 is nearly 60 years old, it's not an RB.
For springs it doesn't matter but it's relevant elsewhere.


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