Blumax Big Block Chevy 396-454 Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms
Chevy Big Block V8
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BluMax aluminum roller rockers are built of the finest 6061 aluminum which gives you superior strength over other rockers. Machined to allow for larger 1.55" springs and retainers with full-cage friction reducing needle bearings for added durability. The nose rollers and shafts are Cr40 steel, heat-treated and hardened to minimize the wear that naturally occurs between the roller tip and the valve stem. Includes polylocks.
- Designed to meet the demands of most high-lift roller camshaft profiles
- Specially machined to accommodate larger valve springs and retainers
- SAE-52100 Full complement precision needle and cage roller bearings
- Anodized for a superior finish and to reduce operating temperatures
- CNC machined pushrod cups and heat-treated Cr40 roller tips
- Internal oiling system for long lasting performance
- H.D. Polylocks included
- 1966-2000 B/B Chevy application
1.70 Ratio - 7/16" Stud
- 396: 1966-1970
- 402: 1970-1972
- 427: 1966-1969
- 454: 1996-2000
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Q & A
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