Edelbrock Performance Timing Set 7331
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Edelbrock Performance Timing Set 7331

Edelbrock
841403
Part # 7331
SKU # 841403

$17899

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Part #7331
SKU #841403
Weight3.31lbs
Part #
7331
SKU #
841403
Weight
3.31lbs

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Edelbrock Part # 7331 RPM-Link adjustable true-roller timing chain Set now, you can dial-in your camshaft with ease with our RPM-Link Roller Timing Chain Set. RPM-Link timing chain bolt onto your engine just like any other timing chain set, so there's no machining required and no need for special offset bushings for installation. Made from induction hardened billet steel, it allows for a quick cam timing adjustment to plus or minus six degrees? Performer roller chain sets are engineered to operate up to 6500 rpm.? Never hammer directly on chain or sprockets. You can crack the hardened links and pins and cause early failures. ? Use a sleeve for installations that require hammering, a brass drift punch may be used if you carefully alternate blows on either side of the sprocket to avoid cocking. ? Never stretch the chain with a screwdriver. ? Check for clearance between the timing chain and block and between the chain and front cover before reassembly. ? Be sure that both cam and crank sprockets are exactly in line with each other. Misalignment can cause chain to break

    Edelbrock Part # 7331 RPM-Link adjustable true-roller timing chain Set now, you can dial-in your camshaft with ease with our RPM-Link Roller Timing Chain Set. RPM-Link timing chain bolt onto your engine just like any other timing chain set, so there's no machining required and no need for special offset bushings for installation. Made from induction hardened billet steel, it allows for a quick cam timing adjustment to plus or minus six degrees? Performer roller chain sets are engineered to operate up to 6500 rpm.? Never hammer directly on chain or sprockets. You can crack the hardened links and pins and cause early failures. ? Use a sleeve for installations that require hammering, a brass drift punch may be used if you carefully alternate blows on either side of the sprocket to avoid cocking. ? Never stretch the chain with a screwdriver. ? Check for clearance between the timing chain and block and between the chain and front cover before reassembly. ? Be sure that both cam and crank sprockets are exactly in line with each other. Misalignment can cause chain to break