JEGS Stud Girdle Kit Fits Standard Design 1955-2000 Small Block Chevy Heads [3/8 in.Studs]
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JEGS 555-20510 Rocker Arm Stud Girdle Kit
JEGS Stud Girdles are designed by racers for racers to stabilizer your valve train on high-performance engines running at high RPMs. Stud girdles will help to prevent bent or broken rocker arm studs and prevent power loss due to variations in valve lash, camshaft lift, camshaft duration, and valve timing. They are very well worth the money and a must for any serious racer.
JEGS 555-20510 Rocker Arm Stud Girdle Kit Features:
- Engineered to work with high-pressure springs, high lift cams, or engines turning high RPMs
- Supports and strengthens your rocker studs keeping valve train deflection to a minimum which could cause loss of horsepower or even component failure
- Installation of these Girdles provides fewer valve-lash adjustment sessions
- Machined from billet aluminum for maximum strength and anodized in a clear finish
- Includes adjusting nuts for use with .600 in. slotted rocker arms
- Requires Tall Valve Covers for Installation. We recommend JEGS Polished Cast Aluminum Smooth Valve Covers for Small Block Chevy [Tall Design] 555-50151
Will these work with comp cams high energy roller rocker arms? part number #249-17001-12
will these fit the Edelbrock RPM heads ? With Roller Rockers ?
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