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Old 04-14-2012, 08:43 PM   #1
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Rockers and cam

So I was reading some of the old threads and now I have a few questions. I've got a dss 331 Stroker kit gt40p heads tfs stage 1 cam and tfs track heat intake. I know I need pedestal mount rockers but ratio should I get with the tfs cam? Pushrods?
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These questions are tough.

I'm not sure on the pushrods.but I would bet that the stockers would work.

Now the cam, don't know the specs on it. But there is only one way to tell if you can up the rockers to 1.7s.you will have to check piston to valve clearance.what I would do is wait on buying them.then when you go to put the heads on.bolt up a set of the stock arms and do your check.that will tell you if you have enough room to up.if you do have room then I would suggest going 1.7 or 1.72

Lobe lift x 1.7 = total lift.
Lobe lift x 1.6(stock) = total lift

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Also if you can't figure out the pushrods you can get a adjustable pushrod from summit or jegs really cheap.then you set it to the right length then measure it.this is the correct way to be exact.but someone may know.[COLOR="Silver"]
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Ok. That's what I thought but I wanted to be sure. Engine is getting pulled tomorrow to get started
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Ok. That's what I thought but I wanted to be sure. Engine is getting pulled tomorrow to get started
Good luck and happy building.
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Thanks I'm sure I will have more questions as we go
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No problem.I'm sure me or others will be able to lead you on the right path.
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