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COMP Cams 1452-1 Magnum Rocker Arm, Roller tip, 7/16 Stud, Each
COMP Cams 1452-1 Magnum Rocker Arm, Roller tip, 7/16 Stud, Each

COMP Cams 1452-1 Magnum Rocker Arm, Roller tip, 7/16 Stud, Each

Pontiac V8, Roller Tip Rocker Arm Style, 1.65 Rocker Arm Ratio, 0.437" Stud Size, Steel

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COMP Cams 1452-1 Magnum Rocker Arm, Roller tip, 7/16 Stud, Each
COMP Cams 1452-1 Magnum Rocker Arm, Roller tip, 7/16 Stud, Each
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Rocker Arm Style:
Roller Tip
Rocker Arm Ratio:
1.65
Stud Size:
0.437"
Rocker Arm Nut Style:
Polylock
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
1452-1
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Spring Diameter:
1.5"
Rocker Arm Body Style:
Standard
Rocker Arm Mounting Style:
Stud
Self-Aligning:
No
Shims Included:
No
GTIN Code:
036584310907

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COMP Cams Magnum Roller Rocker Arm, 1.65 ratio, 7/16" Stud Diameter for 265-455 Pontiac, Single Piece.

These Magnum Roller Rocker Arms for Pontiac 265-455 applications are the ultimate street rocker. With a 7/16" stud diameter and 1.65 ratio, they are designed for serious performance enthusiasts. All Magnum Roller Rocker Arms are constructed from 8620 chromemoly steel, which is a superior material that will not flex and assures maximum lift. Their roller tip reduces friction, while stiff design and superior ratio accuracy yield more effective valve lift. With a 15 to 30 horsepower increase over other rocker arms, Magnum Roller Rockers are perfect for performance applications with less than 350 lbs. open spring pressure. Don't accept inferior products or cheap knock-offs, look for the COMP Cams logo stamped into the underside of every Magnum Rocker.

  • Ultimate street roller rocker arm designed for serious performance enthusiasts
  • Constructed from 8620 chromemoly steel, a superior material that will not flex and ensures maximum lift
  • Roller tip reduces friction while stiff design and superior ratio accuracy yield more effective valve lift
  • For applications with less than 350 lbs. of open spring pressure

Application

1957-81 Pontiac 265-455
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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