• Honda Acura K20 K24 F20C F22C Valve Spring Compressor
  • Image 2
  • Image 3

Honda Acura K20 K24 F20C F22C Valve Spring Compressor

$74.95 $74.00
(You save $0.95)

Product Description

Installing valve springs has never been easier. With the help of this valve spring compressor tool, it only takes a matter of seconds to install the valves spring assembly in your vehicle. Simply align the holes on the aluminum body of the valve spring compressor with the ones on the head, bolt it using the provided short bolts, place the valve spring, retaienr and retainer cap on the retainers, bolt down the long bolt, placethe keepers using the magnetized screwdriver, and voila! it's done. Our valve spring compressor was specifically designed for Honda K and F series heads and thus will fit flawlessly without any modifications. 

  • CNC machined 6061 anodized aluminum
  • Steel bolts, washers, and retainer cap
  • Can be used with the head on the block
  • Will not slip and scratch or damage your head like universal clamp type valve spring compressors
  • No need to remove the rocker arm shafts
  • Included is a small magnetized screw driver to very easily remove or install the keeper
  • Made in the United States

We at Euroexport have been making our valve spring compressors for Honda for almost a decade. They are machined, anodized, and laser engraved in the United States.

Kit includes:

  • Billet valve spring compressor body tool anodized red (to prevent corrosion) 
  • Magnetic screw driver
  • Main bolt
  • Retainer cap
  • Bolts
  • Instructions
  • Lubricant

Tips/Instructions for use:

If using with the head on the block, cylinders need to be pressurized to 100PSI to prevent the valve from falling into the cylinder. If using with the head out of the engine compartment, put something bellow the valve to keep it pressed upward.

Align the holes on the tool with the one the head, and place the shorter bolts and washers to secure the tool.

Place the retainer cap on top of the retainer, lubricate the long bolt with provided grease and start turning the long bolt clockwise with the help of a wrench (14mm) to apply pressure to the retainer cap and compress the valve spring until the keepers are completely visible and can come out.

Using the magnetized end of the screw driver remove the keepers.

To reinstall the valve assembly, place the valve (if removed for some reason), valve seals, valve spring, and retainer; compress the assembly using the same steps as above.

Place a small amount of the provided grease on the flat tip of the screw driver and place a keeper over it, the grease will hold the keeper in place and allow you to place the keepers easily. 

Once keepers are in place, start turning the bolt counterclockwise to relieve the pressure of the valve spring.


Product Videos

EuroExport K20, K24, F20, F22 Valve Spring Compressor Tool.mov 08:41

EuroExport's new K20, K24, F20, F22, S2000 Valve Spring Compressor Tool. Go to http://www.euroexportinc.com/honda-acura-k20-k24-valve-spring-compressor

  • EuroExport K20...
    EuroExport's new K20, K24, F20, F22, S2000 Valve Spring Compre...

Warranty Information

Lifetime warranty

Product Reviews

Write Review

  1. Works great with one exception 3 Star Review

    Posted by on Oct 21st 2017

    Purchased this tool to do a set of ap2 retainers and keepers in a customers MY03 s2000. Description says it can be used with the head installed on the block, which is true. However, while the holes were accurate for mounting the tool to the head, the tool had severe clearance issues when positioning to do most of the intake valves and the cylinder 1 exhaust valves. The back edge of the tool has grooves as if it were designed to clear the intake manifold and vtec solenoid, but when mounting the tool, it will not install flush on the head unless the intake manifold and vtec solenoid are removed. While the solenoid is simple enough to remove and was not an issue, the intake would’ve required several more hours to remove that were not quoted to the customer since it is not mentioned to be necessary. Long story short, instead of spending hours dealing with the intake, I spent 15 minutes modifying the back side of the tool to get it to clear properly . Once modified and could be installed, it works beautifully. Just be forewarned about potential fitment issues.