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Old 08-01-2007, 09:06 AM
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Not to get off track, but does anyone know if the Scorpion Performance roller rockers are any good?

They are made in the USA, the website claims that they are superior quality, and that they actually are the manufacturers for some of the other name brands out there.

Crane's Gold rockers look exactly like the Pro Series from Scorpion (or maybe the other way around, ???) but a different color.

They aren't cheapies at all, so that would be the reason to buy them.

I'v seen the Race Series rockers for $189 or so.

I've used them a couple times without any problems. I've been running a set of PVS 1.6s in my Franken-mouse for several years, they're creeping up on a 100,000 miles with no issues.

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Old 08-01-2007, 11:33 AM
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I've used them a couple times without any problems. I've been running a set of PVS 1.6s in my Franken-mouse for several years, they're creeping up on a 100,000 miles with no issues.

Bogie

Are you refering to the Miller Mid-Lift Precision Geometry roller rockers?

Can get them for $159 a set, which would be a good deal if they are good rockers.
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Are you refering to the Miller Mid-Lift Precision Geometry roller rockers?

Can get them for $159 a set, which would be a good deal if they are good rockers.
Yes, but they fat and may require some adjustment for center bolt rocker covers.

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Old 08-01-2007, 01:18 PM
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Yes, but they fat and may require some adjustment for center bolt rocker covers.

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no prob. i have the old style covers anyway!
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