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    Default 9 way adjustable Timing chain

    How do these 2 timing chains compare? I need one to degree in my cam.

    CLOYES 9-3503X9 STREET BILLET TRUE ROLLER TIMING CHAIN KIT
    https://www.cnc-motorsports.com/cloy...way-50527.html

    Jp Performance SBM Billet Double Roller Timing Set
    https://pitstopusa.com/i-23927952-jp...iming-set.html


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    I would do the Cloyes.
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    I have the Cloyes 9-3503X9 and it's a very nice piece with good machining.
    Plus the added benefit for you is that most chain auto parts stores carry Cloyes so you can get it ordered locally and not pay shipping to Cancucastan.

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    While my 408 has Pro Gear, my 5.9 has Cloyes. Good rep and many run Cloyes.
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    Cloyes it is, thanks guys


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    Do you get Amazon up there? And, does this come up for 32 bucks for you?!?! There must be a typo somewhere...
    https://www.amazon.com/Cloyes-9-3503.../dp/B000NGL2EO
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99dart View Post
    Do you get Amazon up there? And, does this come up for 32 bucks for you?!?! There must be a typo somewhere...
    https://www.amazon.com/Cloyes-9-3503.../dp/B000NGL2EO
    yeah it's $91 now, I pricematched the cnc-motorsports link with summit racing and bought a couple of other things


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    Cloyes here as well, had to call to figure out the install. Instructions they gave me were for a 7-way or something like that. Basically a lower model.
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    Had the JP in the past, chain stretched, Cloyes has different grades so be sure to run the top grade, I have an expensive Comp billet heat treated blah blah blah cam gear which I'm told is made by pro gear for them. So a pro gear will be my next chain set-up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slammedR/T View Post
    Had the JP in the past, chain stretched, Cloyes has different grades so be sure to run the top grade, I have an expensive Comp billet heat treated blah blah blah cam gear which I'm told is made by pro gear for them. So a pro gear will be my next chain set-up.
    I went with the 2nd from the top, I couldn't cough up the extra $40usd with exchange. I'll probably grenade this motor before the chain gets a chance to stretch.


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