$300 roller rockers

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  1. samIam

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    only 1.6 ratio
     
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    Some of the other shaft rockers have suffered brittleness problems. Possibly their source has hardening issues.
    Their aluminum sbc ones hold up OK for street and mild but are unforgiving any severe stress.
    Supposedly 6061 aluminum, so not the best for a rocker.
     
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    Yeah, I dont need them. Just the first time I've seen anything beyond MTS and Cadco. Still a better option then stock?
     
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    For what cam?
    Probably not tougher according to past history.
     
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    Will need different length push-rods and when asked they have no idea as to length or anything else about them, I'd pass...
     
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    At least they are adjustable but are not a full shaft. I bet except for being adjustable they are no better or worst than stock. For a mild build I bet they would be okay.
     
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    The shafts seem to have embrittlement problems, based on past history.
    I do not know if that's been solved.
     

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