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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-26-2006, 08:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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roller rockers 4 a 3.8

im in the process of rebuliding my 89 6 cyl the block i got from a friend has roller lifters in it. did t-birds have stock roller lifters? so im going to go ahead and put roller rocker arms in there too. so my question is where can i find these for a 3.8 t-bird?and also can u get a better than stock cam for these cars and is so what should i use. this is the car im gonna race this year so the more hp the better
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im in the process of rebuliding my 89 6 cyl the block i got from a friend has roller lifters in it. did t-birds have stock roller lifters? so im going to go ahead and put roller rocker arms in there too. so my question is where can i find these for a 3.8 t-bird?and also can u get a better than stock cam for these cars and is so what should i use. this is the car im gonna race this year so the more hp the better

www.rpm-mustangs.com for the roller rockers (harland sharp) and the cam
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ok tnx for the reply now which is more suited to the need bolton or adjustable? and which should i use 1.73:1 or 1.80:1?and what kinda cam shaft should i use.

thanks again.
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Yes, roller lifters were stock from 89 on.

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-01-2006, 07:30 PM
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yeah, you can also check out supersixmotorsports.com

they're real nice guys and know what they are doing.
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