COMP Cams 1630-16 Ultra Pro Magnum Rocker Arms, Full Roller, 7/16 Stud
Ford Big Block V8, Ford Small Block V8, Full Roller Rocker Arm Style, 1.7 Rocker Arm Ratio
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The Ultra Pro Magnum Roller Rocker Arms for Ford V8 Boss 302, 351C, 429-460 applications not only live up to the lofty standards of the original Pro Magnums, but they also take stud mount rocker performance, stability and value to a whole new level. These rocker arms feature a 7/16" stud diameter and 1.7 ratio. The 8650 chromemoly material and arched, web-like design deliver increased strength and rigidity while still reducing the moment of inertia and optimizing the dynamic balance. A unique black oxide exterior finish helps prevent corrosion and increases durability. Featuring oversized trunions, precision-sorted needle bearings and hardened roller tips for the ultimate in performance and dependability. Optimized retainer and valve spring clearances allow for use of most diameter springs, retainers and +.050" locks without clearance or fitment issues.
- Investment cast 8650 chromemoly body and arched, weblike design deliver increased strength and rigidity while reducing moment of inertia
- Withstand valve spring pressures up to 850 lbs.
- Unique black oxide exterior finish helps prevent corrosion, thus increasing durability
- Increased retainer and valve spring clearances allow use of large diameter springs, retainers and +.050" locks without clearance or fitment issues
- Feature oversized trunnions, precision-sorted needle bearings and hardened roller tips
Application1968-78 Lincoln 429-460
1969-78 Mercury 302-460
1968-97 Ford 302-460
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