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For Your Race Engine: Lunati's "Signature Series" Valve Springs

Lunati, "Signature Series" valve springs
Posted May 22 2012 01:21 PM by Scott Ross 
Filed under: Miscellaneous, SCOTT ROSS

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No single race engine component is more critical than valve springs. Lunati’s new Signature Series Valve Springs deliver maximum performance plus reliability, for round-win-after-round-win in Pro or Sportsman drag racing.

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Lunati's Signature Series valve springs feature finest quality, chrome silicone, steel alloy spring wire, carefully inspected and cleaned to eliminate dirt and foreign matter. Each spring is precision wound to exact print specs, micro-shot peened, to relieve surface stress risers,
and carefully heat treated, for reduced tension loss. Selected Lunati Signature Series springs are also nitride processed, for added valve lift loading and increased spring life.

These premium quality valve springs are absolutely the finest available for any drag racing application.

Signature Series springs are available in a variety of designs and outside diameters, to suit any engine application. Included are: Single Springs, with flat internal dampers in 1.260-inch OD; Dual Springs with and without dampers, from 1.300-inch to 1.625-inch OD; and Triple Springs, in 1.645-inch to 1.725-inch O.D.

Signature Series valve springs are also available in “Beehive” design. These are made from a unique ovate-shaped, multi-arch wire that puts more material on the inner diameter of the spring, for greater tension and spring life.

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Lunati Signature Series valve springs are sold in tension-matched, hand-inspected sets, ready for installation. They are also available
in complete Signature Series Valve Spring Kits that include tension-matched Signature Series springs, machined steel or titanium valve
spring retainers, and super strength, heat treated 7-degree or 10-degree valve locks.
 
For more information about these and other Lunati products, or for tech support services, call (662) 892-1500, or log on to www.lunatipower.com. Support is also available via digital channels such as e-mail, Facebook and Twitter.


(Courtesy Lunati)





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