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Old 10-03-2017, 12:43 AM
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adjustable pushrods differences

hi,

i found that there are many different types/makes of adjustable pushrods.
there are those that must to be installed by removing the rocker covers, others that
can be installed simply by removing the pushrod tubes.

i came across two s&S adjustables that i want to use in my evo engine. the 'time saver" and the 'quickee' pushrod.

what are the differneces between the two?

which one would you recommend?
both can be installed without removing the rocker covers.


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I have always seen the quickees associated with a twin cam and the timesavers with an EVO but I do see they list both for the evo on some sites.....As long as they are for an EVO either should work for you.
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which one is the better one in terms of solidity?

can the standard pushrod covers be used?

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which one is the better one in terms of solidity?

can the standard pushrod covers be used?

The ones ive used are different so you can get a wrench on them to adjust..
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Yes on the pushrod covers. I do not know if one is stronger than the other. I have never had both in my hands at the same time.
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