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West Palm Beach, Florida, US
Honda/Acura K20, K24,S2000 F20 F22Valve Spring Compressor
This precision tool makes the job of replacing valve seals, shims, springs, retainers, and keepers as easy as 1,2,3. Designed for K20, K24,S2000 F20/F22 . Simply remove the plug and pressurize the sleeve with 100 psi air to keep the valves in place. Mount tool to specified bolt holes found on the head and compress the springs then remove keepers and begin by disassembly of each valve one at a time. To assemble follow the same steps in reverse to achieve a profesional finish. The tool can also be used as shop bench tool and it is a must for the pro, shop, or the do it yourselfer. Viton oil seals for $22.00.
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