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  • Crane Cams Gold Race Aluminum Rocker Arms for Chevrolet 90° 4.3L V-6, 305-350 V-8, 1.6 ratio, 3/8'' stud - set of 16 (CRA-10759-16)
  • Crane Cams Gold Race Aluminum Rocker Arms for Chevrolet 90° 4.3L V-6, 305-350 V-8, 1.6 ratio, 3/8'' stud - set of 16 (CRA-10759-16)

Crane Cams Gold Race Aluminum Rocker Arms for Chevrolet 90° 4.3L V-6, 305-350 V-8, 1.6 ratio, 3/8'' stud - set of 16

RRP: $410.61 (You save $34.90)
$375.71
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CRA-10759-16
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Weight:
6.92 LBS
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Product Description

Crane Cams billet extruded aluminum rocker arms have been racings most popular aluminum rockers since 1964. Their roller tip is more efficient than standard scrub-type rockers, they have a lower mass (less weight on the valve), and come in ratios that will increase the net valve lift and duration of a camshaft.

The Gold Race rocker arms are manufactured from heat-treated billet aluminum extrusions, and CNC machined to exacting tolerances. They feature Crane's exclusive Quick-Lift technology and employ heavy-duty precision-ground steel needle bearings, a heat-treated steel roller tips. They can handle up to 700 lbs of open spring pressure, and come complete with adjustable locking nuts.

1987-91 Chevy 4.3L 90° V6
1988-99 Chevy 5.0L 305/5.7L 350

Features:
• Heat-treated CNC-machined billet aluminum
• Alloy holds strength at elevated temperatures
• Maximum Open Spring Pressure: 700 lbs. Standard
• Steel roller tips & needle-bearing fulcrums
• Adjustable lock nuts included
• Anodized gold
• Narrow body for centerbolt valve covers
• Increased ratio with standard stud diameter
• Valve clearance must be checked in late model applications

 

***Shipping***

All products are free of charge via UPS Ground in the continental US only. Home or business addresses only. No “P.O. Box” deliveries.

Rush orders can be shipped for an additional fee.

For scheduling/assistance call: (714) 899-2311

 

Product Videos

More Power Through Improved Rocker Arm Geometry (10:55)
Another of my old RaceScene TV Episodes. It was filmed at Crane Cams with Ralph Johnson who worked with them under the old ownership of Crane. Ralph shows how to maximize rocker ratio by using different length pushrods to produce more power. He also discusses correct valvetrain geometry.
  • More Power Through Improved Rocker Arm Geometry
    Another of my old RaceScene TV Episodes. It was filmed at Cran...

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