That is not a drop-in modification. The pushrod holes must be elongated to prevent the pushrod from binding in the hole.DeathRattle said:Have you thought about changing the ratio? Im assuming it has 1.5 stamped rockers now. If you wanted to step it up and spend money on rollers might as well go to 1.6 or even 1.7. That would definitely give you a little more power and also slightly bump the power band with that smidgen more dur/lift. Just a thought.
I've never seen a stamped rocker with a roller tip. CompCams roller tip/ball pivot rockers are not stamped.Mertz said:I was thinking of using stamped rockers with roller tips. Not to expensive. Should I try to go for 1.6 or would that be to much for my stock cam and heads?
Logically larger ratios open the valve farther and sooner, and that is more power 99% of the time. Otherwise why would anyone put in a higher lift or longer duration cam?Mertz said:After doing some research I found that 1.5 is the best way to go with the ratio. In fact it looks like for low end, which is what I want, 1.4 might be better. I think I will go with the Comps. Does anyone know if they are self aligning? How are they different and how does that work?
The original stamped rockers are not consistant and are about 1.46. The Comps are 1.52.