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03-28-2008 03:14 PM
68NovaSS I'm running a Lunati solid roller with .590 lift, I pulled the covers twice, a month apart, had one needing adjustment, and it was fat from the start. I ran it on the street all last summer, no adjustments were needed. Just checked getting ready for summer...all good.
03-28-2008 03:02 PM
cope its a .550 lift

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Bowtie man In it a sweet sound!!!!
what i like is that most people are going to be like dang there is someting wrong with that car but the gearheads are going to be like man that sounds good
03-28-2008 02:53 PM
crankshaftkid
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Originally Posted by cope
how offtin should i adjust them i was told every oil change and i do it while the engine is hot. this is my first soild cam
I had a .660 lift solid roller in a race car and pulled the covers off about 6 weekends in a row. It needed adjusting only the first 2 and after pulling them for the next 4 weekends and not needing any adjustment, I ran the car for about a month and it still didn't need anything. The car always ran the number so I quit pulling the covers off. At the end of the season, they were only .002 off. It just depends on how aggressive your cam is and how good the rockers hold. A buddy used the same brand rockers I did but ran a 610 lift flat tappet and couldn't keep it adjusted at all. It backed off on every single freaking pass. New set of locks or rockers didn't help....
03-28-2008 02:46 PM
Bowtie man In it a sweet sound!!!!
03-28-2008 02:41 PM
cope how offtin should i adjust them i was told every oil change and i do it while the engine is hot. this is my first soild cam
03-28-2008 02:24 PM
Holder350 solid rollers are abit noiser than a hyd one.........

however they require constant relashing of the valves.

and that may be your problem. a higher lash will make more noise.
03-28-2008 02:22 PM
Double_v23 yes they make alot of noise, what you are hearing is the .025 lash.
03-28-2008 02:12 PM
cope
solid roller cam noise

do mechanical rollers make alot of noise i have one in my camaro with .025 valve lash. u can hear the roller rockers ticking but it seems like when u put your ear down by the fender well u can hear alot of noise coming from the cam. is this normal or am i mistaken and its just the rockers

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