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speedway 1.3 ratio break in rockers

i just got my break in rockers from speedway and noticed that they are nearly a perfect copy of my scorpion rockers. even the fulcrum bearings both say made in the usa. anyone know if these are for sure made by scorpion. if so they are about 20 bucks cheaper. doesn't sound like much but these baby's are NOT as cheap as you would think break in rockers should be. [IMG][/IMG] [IMG][/IMG] [IMG][/IMG]

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Why should they be any cheaper?? Just cause you don't use them for long on each engine?? Same amount of work went into making them.

They do look like they are made by Scorpion from the pics you posted. Several of the rocker arm makers will make house brands for other companies.
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I guess when you put it that way it makes sense. At least there USA made. I was worried I was going to get some offshore junk by saving a few bucks but lucked out
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Speedway is usually pretty good about quality
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