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Re: Rocker geometry...my turn

Mark pick up some Prussian Blue and use checking springs on #1 int. & exh. valves, you really don't have to use the checker springs but that took the "maybe I shoulda" out of my head, and my PR measurements came out different from Comp Ultra Pro Magnums to Straub Tech rockers, hoping my Trend PRs get her today or tomorrow so I can get mine together then make an appt. to dyno, my Brodix RR-R 294's with a .600 cam came out about dead center using Straubs int. rockers on all the valves and no more than a dime (.053) width in sweep going to use feeler gauges when the Trends get here while the checker springs are still on, I'll post pics
Kevin 65cayne had a good thread on rocker arm geometry not long ago that helped me also


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