COMP Cams 1981-16 Max-Lift BSR Shaft rocker System,GM LS1/LS2/LS6
LS1 Chevy LS V8, LS2 Chevy LS V8, LS6 Chevy LS V8, Non Roller Rocker Arm Style, 10 mm Stud Size
This pair of Max-Lift BSR Shaft Mount Rockers for Cathedral Port LS engines is a bolt-in rocker upgrade that requires no machine work to install. Clears factory valve covers while greatly increasing valvetrain rigidity.
- LS1, LS2, LS6 / Cathedral Port LS Cylinder Heads
- Clears Factory Valve Cover: Yes
- Height: Stock
- Rocker Arm Ratio: 1.7
- Rocker Arm Type: Shaft
- Rocker Arm Material: Steel
- Machine Work Required?: No
- Maximum Valve Spring Open Pressure: 550
- Includes Bolts/Hardware: Yes
- Rocker Stud Diameter: 10
- Bolt/Stud Size: 10
- Intake Offset: No
- Exhaust Offset: No
- Rocker Arm Weight: 88
- Full Shaft Assembly with Rockers Per Head Weight: 3.07
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