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Old 09-28-2012, 10:13 AM
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i have an lt1 that i am rebuilding, have everything i need except new rocker arms, can i use stock ones with a 292 roller cam?
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i have an lt1 that i am rebuilding, have everything i need except new rocker arms, can i use stock ones with a 292 roller cam?
probably not but you can always CHECK to be sure. You'll want to have your rockers picked out and mocked up before you buy your pushrods though.
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what ap72 said,not likely strong enough.why would you consider stock rockers?and if you could use stock rockers they would have to be the long slot variety
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Also, you didn't say what year LT1, but if it's a '96 you might want to consider new push rods as the stock '96's are soft.
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Also, you didn't say what year LT1, but if it's a '96 you might want to consider new push rods as the stock '96's are soft.
he'll need new ones anyway with the correct length.
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