just one of those things that caught my eye, should the push rods be longer, rockers clear the guides when down, they sit on the valve stem good, they just seem low, like the push rods are too short. I put a push rod length tool in it, didnt seem much difference.
Look up valve train geometry. It will show you what correct length will look like.
They look short. If you're using the location of the roller tip on the valve as your "measuring stick" I can just about guarantee they're too short.
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thanks guys, just LOOKING at it after i set lash, they have decent contact on the valve, but I am not expert, I bought new rockers for it (not in pic), put them on #1 and still questionable on it, i beat these rockers up a little last year, so i upgraded a little, and cant afford to let a $200 set of pushrods hurt this bullet.
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Back then I followed your detailed posts as good as I could > the 'eyeballing' of the combo square (90 degree) in relation to the valve stem, the center of the rocker trunnion and center of the valve-end roller had me going cross-eyed several times!
well I concurred...! Patience Daniel Son! Its not rocket science, thanks guys for the help.