COMP Cams 4505-16 Hi-Tech Race Rocker Studs, 3/8 Inch Diameter
Steel, 3/8"-24 Thread Pitch, .69" Thread Length, 7/16"-14 Thread Pitch (2), Black Oxide, Black
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COMP Cams® takes pride in having the finest rocker arm studs available on the market. The High Energy™ and Magnum series studs work well in applications with moderate lifts and spring pressures and are available in the popular 3/8” and 7/16” sizes. When ultimate strength is required as with high rpm roller cam applications, the Hi-Tech™ Race Stud is the answer. This stud has a thin jam nut for rocker clearance, rolled threads for maximum contact and a ground-flat top so accurate valve adjustment can be achieved and maintained. The diameter of the jam nut is larger in order to spread the load over a larger area. All COMP Cams® studs have generous radii and a black oxide finish.
- Set of 16
- 3/8" Stud Diameter
- Designed for ultimate strength and locking force
- High Energy™ and Magnum polylocks are best for moderate lift and spring pressure applications
- Hi-Tech™ Polylocks work well in all high end race applications
- The stud girdle polylocks are precision ground for minimum runout and tapered for extra strength in the locking area
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