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Texas Speed 7.825 Chromoly LS7 & LT 3/8" Pushrod

$144.99
Texas Speed & Performance Chromemoly Hardened Pushrods In Your Choice Of Lengths - Set of 16! Hardened pushrods are a must for any valvetrain upgrade on your LS/LT based engine. These TSP chromemoly pushrods feature .080" wall thickness & are designed for stability under high rpm use. They are heat-treated and feature oil holes that are drilled and chamfered to prevent stress fractures and cracks.

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SKU: TSP-7825-3/8
25-7825-3-8-16
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  • Texas Speed & Performance Chromemoly Hardened Pushrods In Your Choice Of Lengths - Set of 16! Hardened pushrods are a must for any valvetrain upgrade on your LS/LT based engine. These TSP chromemoly pushrods feature .080" wall thickness & are designed for stability under high rpm use. They are heat-treated and feature oil holes that are drilled and chamfered to prevent stress fractures and cracks. These 3/8" pushrods are available in many lengths. Standard LS7 length is 7.800" while standard LT length is 7.850". If your building a custom valvetrain setup you might consider purchasing the Comp Cams adjustable pushrod measuring tool. At only about $20 it's a perfect tool for making sure you get exactly the right pushrod length for your application. A large number of variables are involved in determining the correct length pushrod for your application. Pushrod length is affected by any of the following: Block deck height Head deck height Head stud boss height Rocker arm brand/design Cam base circle size Lifter design/brand/pushrod seat height Valve stem length Don't assume anything when determining the right pushrod for your new engine. A pushrod that fits one engine may not necessarily work in another. Any number of items can be different on your engine, requiring you to use a different pushrod length.

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