COMP Cams 19001-1 Ultra Gold Rocker Arm, Full roller, 3/8 Stud, Each
Chevy Small Block V8, Full Roller Rocker Arm Style, 1.5 Rocker Arm Ratio, 0.375" Stud Size
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These COMP Cams Ultra-Gold Aluminum Roller Rocker Arms with a 3/8" stud diameter and 1.5 ratio are designed for Chevrolet V8 265-400 applications. The new modern design features of these Ultra-Gold Rockers are proven to withstand extremely aggressive spring pressure and valve lift. Designed specifically for high performance street and race engines, the Ultra-Gold Aluminum Rocker Arms are precision CNC-machined to strict tolerances. Developed to meet the demands of professional engine builders, these rockers include features never before possible in an aluminum rocker arm.
- Increase engine power, enhance valve train stability and improve oiling
- CNC-machined, lightweight design removes weight and yields unrivaled quality and ratio accuracy
- Arced channel & contoured top give the rockers the best strength to weight ratio possible
- Precision-sorted trunnion bearings withstand valve spring pressure up to 700 lbs.
- Designed for high performance street and race engines
Application1955-86 Chevy 262-400
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