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Heres the ones i orderd http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CCA-RP1427-16/ , It came with push rods. I dont want to use the stock rockers because i got HD valve springs and a .533 lift cam. The motor is all brand new wating to be put in the truck so i still got to get valve covers. But why a intake spacer ? And will these rockers work with the conversion kit?
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youll need the intake spacer then when u fuel inject it the intake wouldnt clear the valve covers and seat properly then to top it off when i did that i had to get a cowl hood because the intake stuck up to high but got a good site for fiberglass cowl hoods so i went to the pedestal rockers again to much bs to deal with
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That's the cool thing about my 77, it going to be fuel injected from a 1990 gt. The push rods are stock length. Do you need different lenght for The conversion kit?
stock length means nothing unless a figure is provided, the 302 can use different lengths pending the style cam used, length must be measure always not assumed, it's about proper geometry for longevity
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