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COMP Cams 7741-16 Hi-Tech Pushrods, 3/8 Dia., 8.225 Length, Set
COMP Cams 7741-16 Hi-Tech Pushrods, 3/8 Dia., 8.225 Length, Set

COMP Cams 7741-16 Hi-Tech Pushrods, 3/8 Dia., 8.225 Length, Set

0.375" Tube O.D., 0.08" Wall Thickness, Chromoly, For Use with Guideplates, Ball Top Tip Style

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COMP Cams 7741-16 Hi-Tech Pushrods, 3/8 Dia., 8.225 Length, Set
COMP Cams 7741-16 Hi-Tech Pushrods, 3/8 Dia., 8.225 Length, Set
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GTIN Code:
036584423720
MFG. Part #:
7741-16
Tube O.D.:
0.375"
Wall Thickness:
0.08"
Material Type:
Chromoly
Sold in Quantity:
Set
For Use with Guideplates:
Yes
Top Tip Style:
Ball
Bottom Tip Style:
Ball
Heat Treated:
Yes
Bottom Tip Diameter:
0.312"
Top Tip Diameter:
0.312"
Tip Attachment:
Formed
Oiling:
Yes
One-Piece Pushrod:
Yes
Exhaust Length:
8.225"
Intake Length:
8.225"
Tapered:
Yes

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COMP Cams Hi-Tech Pushrods, 3/8" Diameter, 8.225" Length, Set of 16.

The pushrod is one of the most important pieces of the valve train, but all too often it's taken for granted. Pushrods not only have to be strong enough to not fail, bend or burn up at the ends, they must also match the frequency of all the rest of the parts in the valve train, as well as the rpm at which the engine will be run. Today's all-out race engines demand the highest quality components at every step, and COMP Cams Hi-Tech Pushrods fill that requirement. Hi-Tech Pushrods feature a one-piece design from .080" wall, seamless chromemoly tubing that ensures the ultimate in strength and durability. Ends are precision formed, yielding added thickness and strength in the critical tip area, while maintaining constant wall thickness and concentricity. The pushrods are then heat-treated for maximum strength to ensure compatibility with guide plates. They are O.D. ground for consistency and black-oxide finished with length and part number laser etched on the O.D. for ease of identification.

  • One-piece construction from .080" wall seamless chromemoly
  • Heat-treated for extended durability & guide plate compatibility
  • Precision formed and reinforced 5/16" ball type ends
  • Black oxide finished and laser etched part number & length
  • Ideal for serious street performance and race applications
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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