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Old 09-13-2009, 07:09 PM   #1
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Default rollerrocker/pushrod help

I have a 331 stroker 5.0 motor with stock e7 heads and x303 cam and racing pistons.


I just bought 180cc trick flow heads with new valves and seals and everything. I just want to put the heads on and keep the cam and explorer intake For Now.

Will I need to get pushrods and roller rockers to put them on? Or can i just put the right on.

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Old 09-13-2009, 07:34 PM   #2
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looks like hes including pro comp 1.6 roller rockers and push rods.. is that good?
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you will still need to check your PR length before installing them. it IS important
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generally the trick flow heads use a longer push rod IIRC, A 6.700 ISH??? BUT YOU WILL NEED TO CHECK LENGTH, THERE is no just bolt the stuff on and go, geometry must be checked and preload set
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