COMP Cams RP1436-16 Magnum Rocker Arms, Roller tip, 3/8 Stud, Kit
351W Ford Small Block V8, Roller Tip Rocker Arm Style, 1.6 Rocker Arm Ratio, 0.375" Stud Size
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COMP Cams Rocker Arm Kits come with Magnum Rocker Arms and High Energy Pushrods in one convenient package. With this kit, there is no second guessing; you know all the parts match. Confidently install your new rocker arms and experience the difference. All components are also available as separate pieces.
- Ultimate street roller rocker arm designed for serious performance enthusiasts
- Constructed from 8620 chromemoly steel, a superior material that will not flex and ensures maximum lift
- Roller tip reduces friction while stiff design and superior ratio accuracy yield more effective valve lift
- For applications with less than 350 lbs. of open spring pressure
Application1969-89 Mercury 351
1969-95 Ford 351
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