First-If you buy a comp cams push rod checker buy a high tech not a magnum. With the magnum you have to measure but the high tech you can count the turns and do some math. I bought a magnum because that is the kind of lifters that came with my cam, but it was not the best choice for me. I guess I should have read the descriptions very carefully before ordering. Luckly I figured it out before using the high tech method with the magnum and ordered the wrong pushrods.
Second how do these lengths sound? Intake is 8.850 and the part number I am looking at is 7910-1 which is 3/8 hardened. The exhaust looks to be 9.400 which would be part number 7755-1 whis is also 3/8 hardened. Do these sound correct? Is there something else out there I should be looking at?
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DIVE block machinest said he decked it 0.005 for 0 deck on stroker assembly
Custom comp hydro cam
SCJ aluminum heads