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Need advice for performance lifters /rods /springs /rockers.

I have a blown hg and ill be installing new heads and want to get good parts to put in the motor to go along with my injectors and turbo.

Need help finding the performance rockers, lifters, pushrods, and rockers. Any advice or direction would be great thanks. Ill be looking for 700-800hp and want to install the supporting mods while im in there now

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Performance lifters will be hard to find because these engines use an odd sized lifter, so new stock ones will be it. Only option for rockers is a very very expensive setup from harland sharp. Unless your going to try and run really high spring pressure I don't feel aftermarket pushrods are of any use. Jmo.

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check out this thread and PM Gearhead2012 ... he's doing some pretty awesome work rright now on the same topic and I believe he is still working on trying to get the ball rolling on a deal from Harland sharp to do a package deal and get the cost of the parts way down....

Lets talk valve size

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Thanks guys...
Jpott72 u confirmed what I thought with the lifters and rockers. I have a bend rod now and dont want it to happen again. I do plan on getting a better spring and with rods only being $300 I figure y not do it while im n there.

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