Platinum Series Small Block Chevy Shaft Rocker Arms 1.6:1
Chevy Small Block V8, 1.6 Rock Arm Ratio
Any top quality engine you look at will have shaft type rocker arms on it, whether its NASCAR, NHRA or Bonneville racing. The reason is they are the strongest, most reliable rocker arm money can buy.
These include fully machined aluminum rockers, premium centerless ground shafts and needle bearings, alloy fasteners and tool steel lash adjusters.
For S/B Chevy with 23-degree valve aftermarket heads.
Item Details1.6 Rocker Ratio
STOP!! If your cylinder head is not listed below, DO NOT attempt to install this system!!
- Chevrolet OEM - Early Model Head with Standard Pivot and Standard Offset, Vortec, Fast Burn, Late Model Bowtie, LT1/LT4
- AFR - 165cc-225cc with Standard Stud Spacing
- All Pro Cylinder Heads - 200, #200, SP Head, Street Strip & 305-23
- Brodix - -8, -10, -11, Track 1, FB 1000
- Dart - Iron Eagle/ Sportsman II
- Edelbrock - Victor Jr./E-Tec.
- GM Performance Parts - 23° Aluminum
- Profiler - 23° Small Block Chevy, P/N 176
- Pro Topline - 23° Small Block Chevy
- RHS - 23° Pro Action
- Trick Flow - 23° Small Block Chevy: Super 23 SBC
- World Products - SR/Sportsman II
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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