Chevy 396-454ci Big-Block V8
|Use with guide plates:||Yes|
|Overall Length:||8.684'' Exhaust|
Chromemoly Pushrod; Pushrod Set; Wall Thickness; 1 Piece Pushrod; Ball Pushrod; 5/16" Pushrod; .080" Wall Pushrod; Pushrods; OHV Pushrods; Replacement Pushrods
Exceeding OE specifications, this High Energy 8.684" long pushrod set works perfectly with High Energy or Magnum rockers. Factory length for Chevrolet 396-454 Big Block exhaust valves w/ retro-fit hydraulic roller cam.
Comp Cams High Energy pushrods are your best choice when building the engine for your street rod, RV, or everyday driver. High Energy pushrods are manufactured to meet or exceed all original equipment specifications for pushrods. They will mate perfectly with High Energy or Magnum Rockers.
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