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vortec hea swap useing edelbrock 60979 heads flattapet cam . witch roller rocker arm would be a better choise to use? scorpion 1035bl or lunati 85340 both are narrow body and self align

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I am a fan of Scorpions, made here in USA, nice quality, and Ill bet they are less money than the Lunatis. Get the Scorpion pushrods too, after you do the geometry
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The Crane Gold Race rockers are nice, but are $400 a set, same design as used on the ONLY OEM GM V8 engines to ever use rocker rocker tips and trunnions, the 1996 LT4 Vette engine.

10758-16 Crane Gold Roller Rocker, 1.6 Ratio, Self-Aligning $404http://www.summitracing.com/parts/crn-10758-16


1618-16 COMP Cams Ultra Pro Magnum Rocker Arms $334
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SCP1002BL Scorpion Race Series Rocker Arms $222
Scorpion Race Series Rocker Arms SCP1002BL - SummitRacing.com

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I've used the scorpions the last few years. No complaints and well made. Decent price for USA made.
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I am a fan of Scorpions, made here in USA, nice quality, and Ill bet they are less money than the Lunatis. Get the Scorpion pushrods too, after you do the geometry
I went ahead and got the scorpion 1035bl self aling narrowed rockers 245.00 free shipping summit do I need the high rise valve covers?
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If you've ever felt the crappy bearings in cheap roller rockers, and know that the high quality pieces use much better bearings, you'll be very impressed just by the feel of the Scorpions. These are quality pieces. It's a very, very good feeling.

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I went ahead and got the scorpion 1035bl self aling narrowed rockers 245.00 free shipping summit do I need the high rise valve covers?
Im thinking no, and Scorpion will probably tell you the same thing. But I would check when you put the covers on
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