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Old 06-27-2006, 05:38 PM   #11
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No. Read the tech article in the link I posted.
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You don't really want 1.9'* for an N/A setup. They will be better than stock, however ZZP SR and ER rockers would both be better than those, and I think 1.8'* perform similarly as well.

Good luck finding some SR or ER rockers though. You might end up having to go with the 1.84 rollers that ZZP sells. That would probably be your best bet for good gains with an L36.
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i am so close to buying the 1.84'* that come with the pushrods for $399.00, i am so worried about my computor freaking out though, i know i sound reptitive, but is this truly safe, because my car is a daily driver, i just want to be safe than sorry, thanks for putting my concerns to rest.
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Yes they are safe to have on a daily driver and something such as rockers will not adversely effect idle or driveability. Just make sure whom ever installs them knows what they are doing.
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whew, ok thankyou
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You will not have any problems with these rocker arms on the stock computer. Hell, you can put a lot of the aftermarket cams in and have no problem with the computer.

We wouldn't recommend stuff that would make your car run bad.
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I have my stock computer with my rockers. All good here.
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