Small Block Chevy
- Ideal for use with solid/mechanical flat tappet and hydraulic roller camshafts
- Extruded from 6061 T6 aluminum
- A large needle-bearing fulcrum can withstand valve spring loads up to 600 lbs.
- Tensile strength over 60,000 psi
- Studs and guide plates required
Speedmaster's Aluminum Stud 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 aluminum stud mount rockers are made from high strength 6061-T6 aluminum extrusions and each piece is precision CNC machined. These are available in various series' for those needing higher spring loads.
Superstreet Series: Needle bearing fulcrum can withstand valve spring loads up to 320lbs. Ideally suited for use with flat tappet roller cams.
Outlaw Series: A larger needle bearing fulcrum can withstand valve spring loads up to 360lbs. The extruded body has a tensile strength of over 60,000 PSI. Ideally suited for use with Solid / Mechanical flat tappet and Hydraulic Roller Cams.
Sportsman Pro Series: Withstands valve spring loads up to 700lbs. Ideal for professional racers, needing outstanding power and performance advantages.
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