Ford 351ci Windsor Small Block V8
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Chromemoly Pushrod; Pushrod Set; Wall Thickness; 1 Piece Pushrod; Ball Pushrod; 5/16" Pushrod; .080" Wall Pushrod; Pushrods; OHV Pushrods; Replacement Pushrods
With .050" oil holes on the ends, this Hi-Tech 5/16" one piece 8.150" long pushrod features an .080" wall thickness and restricts oil flow to the top end of the valvetrain.
Comp Cams offers these new Hi-Tech Pushrods that restrict oil flow. While the standard Hi-Tech Pushrods feature 0.100'' oil holes, the oil restricting pushrod openings are half that size at 0.050''. These pushrods maintain the consistent Hi-Tech Pushrod features, including one-piece 4130 chromemoly material with a wall thickness of .080" and a 60 Rockwell hardness. To avoid confusion, each oil restricted pushrod is clearly labeled with length and diameter.
Tech Tip: While restricting oil flow with the pushrods is not the optimum solution, it is commonly used in certain hydraulic flat tappet racing applications where an engine can pump too much oil into the top end valve train and away from the bottom end bearings, cylinder walls, etc.
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