Danny Soliz of Hill Country Performance & Machine has a lot of tricks up his sleeve to make engine work a little easier. He’s great at working smarter not harder, and in this latest video he shows you a great way to remove valve springs and keep some of those valvetrain components organized.
These valve springs feature a micro-engineered surface finish and multilayer fatigue enhancement, which eliminates potential surface defects and prolongs spring life.
These springs are an excellent upgrade choice in any engine platform running a solid roller type lifter.
Elgin Industries, a leading U.S.-based manufacturer of engine and chassis components for automotive, performance, commercial vehicle, and other applications, has launched a broad new line of Elgin PRO-STOCK performance valve springs engineered specifically for General Motors LS-based engines. The new valve springs are optimized for use with Elgin PRO-STOCK performance camshafts, including the company’s legendary Sloppy
These springs feature drop-in installation and are wound from chrome silicon wire.
This drop-in beehive spring for LS engines provides similar loads and lift capabilities of many 660 lift dual springs, while saving around 30 grams per valve.
The familiar blue powdercoated tester is made from quality cast-aluminum construction making it rugged enough for everyday use.
If you could describe a Valve Spring Compressor as sweet, this is the one it fits. This Goodson lightweight 6061 / 7075 T-6 Aluminum Spring Compressor is capable of producing 1,000 pounds of force for working with monster springs. Included is a dual stage pneumatic air pump to make it easier to achieve 1,000 pounds of
The PAC-1369 spring is a proven winner in Mountain Motor Pro Stock and Top Sportsman applications.
With enthusiasts seeking to amp up the power in their Toyota Tundra pickups, Manley Performance has responded with a special valve spring kit for the DOHC 5.7L 3UR-FE V-8 engine. This engine is also employed in Toyota Sequoia, Land Cruiser and Lexus LX 570 applications.
Removing head bolt washers and valve spring shims can be a real pain in the butt; especially on a head that hasn’t been cleaned yet. Goodson has a set of tools for that:
Melling’s Technical Director, Cale Reisinger provides an introduction and overview of the newest member to the Melling Manufacturing Companies family – Melling Performance Springs.