Procomp Electronics extruded aluminum and stainless steel shaft mount rocker system includes steel shafts with pedestals. All rockers feature large needle bearings and roller tips. For extreme high performance applications. They not only unleash horsepower, but they also lengthen valvetrain component life and reduce wear and tear on valve stem tips. These rockers are precision-machined to ensure consistency and ratio accuracy and have a great looking anodized finish.
Ensure Consistency and Rocker Ratio Accuracy
Speedmaster's Aluminum Shaft Mount Rocker Arms are used around the world by professional racers, engine builders, and hot rod enthusiasts, offering outstanding power and performance advantages for street, strip and track applications. These rockers include steel shafts with pedestals and feature large needle bearings and roller tips. Speedmaster Rocker Arms not only unleash horsepower but also lengthen valvetrain component life and reduce wear and tear on valve stem tips.
Will they work with 500 lift cam on j heads with oil thou push rods
Do the spacers and hold down hardware come with rockers as shown?
What style push rods are used with this rocker arm assembly?
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