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post #1 of 11 Old 05-06-2019, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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Lunati and Comp valve train

All new, never ran.
They were installed on some heads to check push rod length, then pulled apart and heads sold.

Lunati 20310525 retro hyd roller
Paid $284, sell $200
.224/.232 @ .050
.284/.290 adv
.535 /.544 lift
112 LSA
108 ICL
2500-6500 rpm range

Matching Comp Cams springs
926-16
Paid $86 -Sale $60


Arp head studs 254-4405
Cost $152, sell $100

Arp rocker studs
Cost $44 sell $30


Comp Cams push rod guides
Paid $20, sell $15






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post #2 of 11 Old 05-06-2019, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Head studs and guide plates sold.

Cam, springs, and rocker studs still available.




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Do you have a part number on the rocker studs?


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I donít.
They are 3/8, ARP.
The machine shop bought and installed them.
A week later, (without them being ever ran or even rockers mounted)
I removed them and sold the heads.



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I donít.
They are 3/8, ARP.
The machine shop bought and installed them.
A week later, (without them being ever ran or even rockers mounted)
I removed them and sold the heads.



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Iím looking for 7/16. Thanks for the quick reply.


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Great point.... literally! Ha!



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post #8 of 11 Old 05-08-2019, 01:52 PM
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Retro fit means small base circle cam or?

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Itís for use in older non roller blocks.



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Ok, looking for similar specs, but need standard base circle.


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$200+shipping for new Lunati cam, matching new Comp Cam springs, and arp screw in studs....
All three were installed on motor, push rod length checked and pulled back apart so I could sell heads and motor.
They are new. Engine Never ran.
This is less than 1/2 price for new parts.....



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