posted April 30, 2000 09:46 AM
I'm currently running stock, long slot rockers with a solid cam and .550 lift on my SBC. I know roller rockers would be the best to use, but I'm wondering if I'm stressing out the valve train with the stockers? With the typical lash on a solid cam there is a lot of slop at this point. I can just imagine the rockers dancing around and playing havoc on the rest of the parts at high RPM! Do you think I can safely go the season with the stock arms?
Pickel Dirt Freak
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posted April 30, 2000 10:27 AM hey larry
I also run stock rocker on my 355 chevy and it seems to be fine..I have run the roller rockers and really did not see or feel any diffrents in the power.. hope this helps thanks john
jammin Dirt Administrator
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posted April 30, 2000 05:18 PM You will see a slightly faster rev on the rollers on a higher compressioned motor. It will free up the friction between the rocker and ball. It will do nothing but good.
[This message has been edited by jammin (edited 04-30-2000).]