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Comp Cams 1412NIT-16 Magnum Roller Rocker, 1.52 Ratio, 3/8" Studs
Comp Cams 1412NIT-16 Magnum Roller Rocker, 1.52 Ratio, 3/8" Studs

Comp Cams 1412NIT-16 Magnum Roller Rocker, 1.52 Ratio, 3/8" Studs

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Comp Cams 1412NIT-16 Magnum Roller Rocker, 1.52 Ratio, 3/8" Studs
Comp Cams 1412NIT-16 Magnum Roller Rocker, 1.52 Ratio, 3/8" Studs
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Rocker Arm Style:
Roller Tip
Rocker Arm Ratio:
1.52
Rock Arm Ratio:
1.5
Stud Diameter:
0.38"
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
1412NIT-16
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COMP Cams Magnum Roller Rocker CS 1.52 3/8" Nitrided

  • Affordable Upgrade
  • Nitrided for Strength
  • Roller Tip Reduces Friction
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