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Depending on what head you got, the rule of thumb is if the heads are a pedestal mount design like your stock heads, you can use these pushrods. If they are a stud mount rocker arm design, you will need to check for the length of the pushrods needed.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
I recently added 1.7 rockers and 165cc AFR heads on my 93 hatch, yet i did not upgrade my push rods. I was wondering if I could just slap on new hardened push rods, or would it better to buy a new set of rockers to be safe.
Asked by Thomas K. from Altadena | Comment 0 0
If you are running bolt down rockers, no need to swap the pushrods. If you are running stud mount rockers with guide plates, you need to swap out for the hardened pushrods immediately!
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I am building up my SN95 94 Mustang 5.0 would these pushrods work for the length. I am using Trick Flow 170 heads 61cc, Trick Flow Stage 1 cam and Comp Cams Ultra Magnum roller rockers which are studded with guide plates. So would the 6.27 length work?
Asked by Ted M. from North Providence | Comment 0 0
Trickflow recommends longer push rods on their heads. Typically, 6.75 are required on a 302. We recommend purchasing the tool to measure proper length to ensure you get the correct size on your application. The part number for that tool is TFS-9000.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
Dear Justin C.,
I think these pushrods will be just fine. But, I always say, when in doubt check! So, call the Ford Tech line and ask them so you can be absolutely sure!
Good luck - ??
Answered by CARL E. from MORENO VALLEY, | Comment 0 0
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