|12-07-2004 08:47 PM|
I'm going with your advice thank you for your input ps Iwill let you know
|12-07-2004 08:04 PM|
I have pretty high pressure valvesprings. I originally had ARP regular length studs. I kept breaking them. I switched to the studs that are designed for roller rockers, and haven't broken one since. They are approximately 1/4" longer. That will give you more thread.
Just make sure your valvetrain geometry is correct. With excessively milled heads, you may need different pushrods.
|12-07-2004 03:50 PM|
The rocker fulcrum need to be on the root of the stud no threads part.
|12-07-2004 02:27 PM|
|camarochas||I had the same condition with Edelbrock alluminum heads on my BB Chevy. I had to replace the studs with longer ARP studs.|
|12-07-2004 02:24 PM|
NO NEED TO SHOUT LOOSE THE CAPS.
Sounds as if the heads or the block or both have been milled some what, you`ll likely need a pushrod lenth checker and custom lenth pushrods.
|12-07-2004 12:59 PM|
Scorpion Roller Rocker Problem
IM USING SCORPION ROLLER ROCKER'S PART #IOOI ON MY SBC WITH DART 2 HEAD'S AND STOCK LENGHT PUSH ROD'S MY PROBLEM IS THEIR'S ONLY 4 OR 5 THREADS ABOVE ROCKER'S FOR NUT ANYONE ELSE HAD THIS PROBLEM