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COMP Cams 17045-16 High Energy Rocker Arms, Full Roller, 7/16 Stud,Set
COMP Cams 17045-16 High Energy Rocker Arms, Full Roller, 7/16 Stud,Set

COMP Cams 17045-16 High Energy Rocker Arms, Full Roller, 7/16 Stud,Set

429 Ford Big Block V8, 460 Ford Big Block V8, 351C Ford Small Block V8, 1.73 Rocker Arm Ratio

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COMP Cams 17045-16 High Energy Rocker Arms, Full Roller, 7/16 Stud,Set
COMP Cams 17045-16 High Energy Rocker Arms, Full Roller, 7/16 Stud,Set
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Rocker Arm Style:
Full Roller
Rocker Arm Ratio:
1.73
Stud Size:
0.437"
Rocker Arm Nut Style:
Polylock
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
17045-16
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Rocker Arm Body Style:
Standard
Rocker Arm Mounting Style:
Stud
Self-Aligning:
No
Shims Included:
No
GTIN Code:
036584221005

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COMP Cams High Energy Die Cast Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms, 1.73 Ratio, 7/16" Stud Diameter for 351C and Big Block Ford.

The COMP Cams High Energy Die-Cast Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms are new rocker arms from the valve train leader that have been designed for street and moderate race use. They feature a die-cast body created from aluminum with a needle bearing fulcrum and roller tip.

  • Excellent replacement rocker arms for engine rebuilds with a stock or High Energy Camshaft
  • Help to eliminate noise and slop associated with worn or high mileage stock rockers
  • Include adjusting nuts and pivot balls where required
  • Feature a long slot for higher than stock lift Camshafts
  • Valve train deflectors recommended when using a high volume or high pressure oil pump
  • Nitrided rockers are designed for higher valve spring pressures and hardened pushrods
  • Nitriding increases hardness, thus improving durability and longevity of rocker arms

Application

1968-97 Ford 351-460
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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