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want opinions on H/C setup

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    Over .600" lift

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    Quote Originally Posted by tremiles View Post
    Stock rockers are plenty strong with the CompCams trunion upgrade. You don't "have to" get new rockers unless you're looking at TFS heads with the standard valveguides. Although they will install powdered metal guides for a fee, which allows the use of stock rockers. I'm not sure if the PM guides + trunion kit would offset the cost of a quality aftermarket rocker.
    whats a trunion upgrade? i see they have stud girdles...is that what your talking about? not sure what they do... and i did find the guide plates, do i need both to up the performance of my stock rockers?

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    I've been reading good things about the TEA 2.5 ls6 heads too. Not sure how they compare to the PRC though. If anyone has a comparision of the two that would be great.

    I've read that the HV oil pumps can run the stock oil pans dry. Anyone else have that problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sutie View Post
    How big of a cam can stock rockers handle?
    I've been running a MS4 for over 3 years and I'm still running stock rockers.
    TSP 347 SB, TSP Stage 2.5 PRC LS6, TSP MS4, Performabuilt Stage 2 4L60E, Yank PT4000, 4.11s, Fast 90/90, FTRA Cold air intake+all the free mods, Dynatech Supermaxx Exaust System, DMH Cutouts, Hooker Catback/FTRA Tips. Tuned by RPM/Garner NC. 11.28@119

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    Quote Originally Posted by PFM View Post
    I've been running a MS4 for over 3 years and I'm still running stock rockers.
    just curious, what springs are you running and how often do you change them?

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    Im running the 228r TSP cam with the PRC .600" springs on stock rockers with a set of 243 P&P heads that have been completely gone through. i love this set up especially when i put my 3600 yank in. but if your going to be daily driving it this is definately going to be the right choice

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