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Old 01-25-2004, 02:11 PM   #1
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Anybody know if anyone makes a hi-ratio rocker for the series on SC engines???

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Old 01-25-2004, 02:15 PM   #2
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no one makes higher ration rockers for our motors. the easiest way is to have a custom cam made. unless you want to have some machine work done to the heads and go with full roller rockers
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Wasn't somebody researching them?
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Was trying to avoid the Cam change.... But if we must we must.... Who was havin them made??? was that Dr Jay?

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no, that would be me , i did alot of research on them and found that small block chevy rockers will work, but our valve covers are too low and no one sells spacers for ours or aftermarker covers. i had a set of 93 roller fulcrum rockers here and redrilled them from 5/16" bolts to 3/8" bolts to fit my 92 heads.
i have a great contact for a custom cam too
i had a monster made , but they do have milder grinds too
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BTW...

Nice engine bays!

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thank you, just wait till i get everything in there along with the nitrous purge system
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Yeah thanks also....

I can't wait... I bought a L88 style cowl induction hood scoop that I'm working on having installed iinto the hood. will look mint along with the function of getting some added cold air in the intake. Will have to rework the intake to pick up the air. Making a box that will mount to the under side of the hood and mate up with another that holds the K&N cone.

I'll take some pict when its done.


Noszle system will be delivered tuesday. Will get you the jet number then.....

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How hard would it be to make some spacers for the valve covers?
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intense wants 170 for a set for the series 2 L67 motor. that are CNC machined but they wont fit ours, now the series 2 NA motor will fit but no one makes those
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