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comp 910's or something else..

hi guys, trying to pick a vavle spring...

i did a search and read through a few threads and now i'm fairly confused

i was under the impression that the 910's were the way to go. but its seems around 500 is their limit?

the setup is going to be as follows:
250 cc hybrids
fuel system
either a modded h2e or the the new GQSSB
arp studs
pushrods
tunes(obviously)

will that setup on a hot tune be to much for the 910s?
what are my other options, with out having to pull the heads for machine work?

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the comp cam 910's should do it just fine, no machining required.

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thats actually the thread that confused me....maybe i just dont under stand what is being said

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the comp cam 910's should do it just fine, no machining required.
the 910s will be ok for 450-500ish?

I know the 910s dont need machining, i was wondering if there are other(maybe better) options, that also dont require machining?

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the 910's will be good upgrade for that power level and over, if iirc, there was a few 600hp+ trucks running the 910's without issue's.


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Re: comp 910's or something else..

While the 910s are not much stiffer than stock, i think they are a decent upgrade, especially if the current oe units in the truck are a little weak. We have ran the exact same setup you are referring to in many trucks and not had a valve float issue yet. The h2 setup actually helps a bit as they typically have a lower drive ratio than a 38r setup.

on edit..i think its a decent worthwile upgrade for the setup you mentioned esp if youll have custom tuning to take your mods into consideration. the springs are 85 bucks from summitt and i think its worth the money. However on a race setup or high hp build i dont beleive they have any place.

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cool, thats what ineeded to know, thanks guys!

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While the 910s are not much stiffer than stock, i think they are a decent upgrade, especially if the current oe units in the truck are a little weak. We have ran the exact same setup you are referring to in many trucks and not had a valve float issue yet. The h2 setup actually helps a bit as they typically have a lower drive ratio than a 38r setup.

on edit..i think its a decent worthwile upgrade for the setup you mentioned esp if youll have custom tuning to take your mods into consideration. the springs are 85 bucks from summitt and i think its worth the money. However on a race setup or high hp build i dont beleive they have any place.
i agree either go with hypermax springs for a good top class set. seat pressure is much higher than 910s but for what your doing a set for of 910 16s is good. i say have a talk with nate the master machinist or aggie they will set you straight get a modded H2 i turned mine into something obnoxious

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What about putting shims with the 910s?

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hi guys, trying to pick a vavle spring...

i did a search and read through a few threads and now i'm fairly confused

i was under the impression that the 910's were the way to go. but its seems around 500 is their limit?


the setup is going to be as follows:
250 cc hybrids
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either a modded h2e or the the new GQSSB
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will that setup on a hot tune be to much for the 910s?
what are my other options, with out having to pull the heads for machine work?
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