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Old 07-31-2007, 10:58 PM   #51
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Did you get Comp valve locks too?
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I was going to but zoom said that my stocks were more then enough and it wasnt really worth the extra money. Whats your opinion?
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I was going to but zoom said that my stocks were more then enough and it wasnt really worth the extra money. Whats your opinion?
Well, he would know. I went with them just for added insurance.
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I was going to but zoom said that my stocks were more then enough and it wasnt really worth the extra money. Whats your opinion?
I stuck with OEM myself. No problems whatsoever so far, and it'* had it'* high-rpm abuse now.
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Yea, that was what i was thinking but he said that,and about 5 others agreed on clubgp so i figured i might as well not get them. Hopefully it doesnt come back to bite lol
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You'll have a very hard time finding any documentation on failed OEM valve locks.
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That is actually nice to hear. I know i couldnt find anything about it (failures and what not). And i really dont plan on spinning too many rpms lol.
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Just inspect your stockers for chips. They're very hard, so they'll chip before the crack or bend.
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ok, sounds like a plan.
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My plan was to bring plenty of drive train parts...including locks. Just in case.
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