Blumax S/B Chevy Self-Aligning Roller Rocker Arms, 1.6:1, 3/8 Stud
Chevy Small Block V8
- Built from the finest 6061 aluminum to give you superior strength over other rockers
- Built to clear 1.55" valve springs
- Includes polylocks
- Narrow body rockers are for center-bolt heads
BluMax Small Block Chevy Aluminum Rockers are designed with strength and durability in mind. The rocker bodies feature a deeper relief to accommodate larger valve springs, and are designed with longer slots and specially designed pushrod cups, to take advantage of high lift camshafts and roller lifters without extensive modification.
The BluMax self-aligning, narrow-body aluminum rollers are for use with center bolt valve cover heads. The narrower profile accommodates the later style Chevrolet engines with center bolt valve covers.
Cannot be used on heads that have not had the stock "slotted" pushrod hole drilled out to a round hole. Cannot be used with guide plates.
Item DetailsS/B Chevy - 1.6 Ratio - 3/8" Stud
Self Aligning, Narrow Body
- CHEVROLET Small Block Gen I 305 (1987-99), 350 (1987-2000)
- CHEVROLET Small Block Gen II (LT-based engines) 350 (1992-97)
- Self-aligning, no need for push rod plates
- Designed to give better clearance with center bolt valve covers
- Ideal for Vortec and other center-bolt heads
- 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
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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