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Scorpion Racing Products SCP1074

Narrow Body Self-Aligning Rocker Arms Chevy V-6 4.3 Vortec

Scorpion Racing Products SCP1074
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Scorpion Racing Products SCP1074 Narrow Body Self-Aligning Rocker Arms Chevy V-6 4.3 Vortec $226.99
Narrow Body Self-Aligning Rocker Arms
  • Chevy V-6 4.3 Vortec
  • 1.6 Ratio
  • 3/8" Self-Aligning Stud
  • Set of 12

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    SCP1074


    Scorpion Narrow Body Self-Aligning Rocker Arms are lightweight for maximum performance, made in the USA and known for superior quality as well as being the quietest rocker arms on the market. Micropolished finish for maximum durability and blue anodized for additional protection.


    Features
  • Needle Bearing Fulcrum and Roller Tip
  • Centerless Ground Trunnion
  • Centerless Ground Pin and Roller
  • Burr-Free Thru Hole in Trunnion
  • Large Machined Seat
  • Thick Walled Adjusting Nut
  • Pedestals Machined from Solid Steel
  • Black Oxide Coated Steel Parts
  • 100% CNC Machined
  • Available ratios 1.5-1.6 Chevy
  • The only one-piece nose roller on the market
  • Design for center bolt down valve covers
  • Self-aligning eliminates the need for guide plate
  • Exclusive Lifetime Warranty
  • I have a 2004 4.3 Silverado and would like to know if these would be direct bolt on rockers and I also bought metal valve covers for clearance need help thanks 

    Asked by: Luke lindner
    These rocker arms should fit your application - assuming that your new valve covers are taller than stock then clearance should not be a problem.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-09-14
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