Comp Cams Rocker Arm Stud Girdle & Accessories

Running away with four bags of beans is best done by tying all the four bags together in a single bundle. That way, you won't have to worry about losing any of the bags on the way. The same holds true for the rocker arm stud girdle in your engine. A form of safety device, the girdle ensures the efficient operation of your rockers and valves despite the springs' heavy weight and the cam lobes' acceleration rate. To successfully endure this harsh condition, the rockers and valves need a heavy-duty device like the Comp Cams rocker arm stud girdle. This will allow you to rev as much as you want without having to worry about the effects on the studs, bosses, and nearby parts because they are tied and made stronger by the girdle.

The Comp Cams rocker arm stud girdle comes in a piece of solid bar featuring standard stud spacing and an anodized red finish. Crafted from 6061-T6 aluminum, each is compatible with 0.4375-sized studs. When installed, the set will tie all rocker arm studs together to ensure that they are in line and guarantee that the valve train will never be affected by vibrations or other unnecessary movements. The set also comes with a limited warranty from the manufacturer.

Like some people, you may consider the Comp Cams rocker arm stud girdle a small addition. Yes, it doesn't directly affect the performance of your engine, but it is necessary for precautionary measures. Without it, you will always have to think twice about revving up your vehicle and going into racing applications because of the probable damage that rockers and valves may suffer. You don't want these in your vehicle, so have this piece of safety girdle in your valve train and fully enjoy your every ride and drive.

Besides, you don't have to think twice about getting it; we have it at Parts Train. If you have a vehicle compatible with the Comp Cams rocker arm stud girdle, you're lucky. However, if you have a pollution-controlled ride, some girdles may not be legal for use in your auto. Check your ride first to be sure you won't have problems when you rev up.