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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-03-2005, 07:16 AM Thread Starter
 
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Supercoupe pushrod differences?

I'm ripping apart my N/A 3.8 and I basically have my own SC motor to swap in stuff.


Is there any difference to the supercoupe pushrod over my N/A?


Are they stronger, different length? Even if they aren't stronger, i'll put them in because they have less miles
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i know the rockers on the sc are larger but I dont believe there is a difference in pushrod length. I've got sc pushrods in my garage from my sc motor and I believe I actually swapped one of those into my na motor when I accidentally bent a pushrod.
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Ford parts catalogue shows the pushrods as being the same, as well as the rocker arms.

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yeah the pushrods are the same...rocker arms are deffinetely not.



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Very interesting. I'm wondering if the NA and SC were different in production, and now Ford is just supplying all of one type for service parts. It was definitely showing the same number from the mid 80s through the mid 90s. HMMM ...


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