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#2421652 - 12/20/17 08:03 PM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: gremlinsteve]
STEFF Offline
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Originally Posted By gremlinsteve
Can you tell us why there not good steff


I used to have notes from a discussion I had with Harland Sharp about them and can't find them. But, I remember getting off the phone with them feeling they weren't too confident about them. But my opinion, I'm not a fan of the aluminum rocker body with the considerable amount of offset the rockers have from roller to pushrod. They are spring limited to what they can handle because of it. T & D's use a steel body. After running my T & D's this year, they've been flawless. Consistent lash. Plenty of oil to the springs, cups and rollers. They Can handle a double valve spring without issue.

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#2421918 - 12/21/17 02:14 PM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: STEFF]
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Steff.
R U ever going to market your belt drive?

Matt

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#2421961 - 12/21/17 03:38 PM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: moparmitch]
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Roller tipped rockers aren't really a necessity... lots of good discussion about them over on www.speedtalk.com .

I have a set of T&D's for my small block but I think I'm going to stick with my iron rockers for 2018... simple and effective. Maybe if I stick with that small block deal after next year I'll use the T&D's.

I'm not overly worried about the juice lifters on the Gen 3's, either. No experience with these new engines right now but my plan B for 2018 is building a simple 5.7 for a back-up and see how it works. I need to be at 650 HP or better and it will be on a dirt track deal.... we'll see.

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#2422004 - 12/21/17 05:35 PM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: MattW]
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Originally Posted By MattW
Steff.
R U ever going to market your belt drive?

Matt


Yes. I lost sight of it and am making it a prioriority to get it out there. Thats, if there's interest.


Edited by STEFF (12/21/17 05:35 PM)

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#2422020 - 12/21/17 06:22 PM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: STEFF]
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Originally Posted By STEFF
Originally Posted By MattW
Steff.
R U ever going to market your belt drive?

Matt


Yes. I lost sight of it and am making it a prioriority to get it out there. Thats, if there's interest.



I am!

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#2422316 - 12/22/17 11:35 AM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: moparmitch]
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I still have all the programs here for that steff
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#2422331 - 12/22/17 12:38 PM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: STEFF]
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Originally Posted By STEFF
Originally Posted By MattW
Steff.
R U ever going to market your belt drive?

Matt


Yes. I lost sight of it and am making it a prioriority to get it out there. Thats, if there's interest.


I'm interested
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#2422340 - 12/22/17 12:59 PM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: Jerry]
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Originally Posted By Jerry
I still have all the programs here for that steff


Not to hijack the thread any , but have you thought about main caps for the G3 Hemi ?

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#2423070 - 12/24/17 10:32 AM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: Medlock51]
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[quote=Medlock51]Roller tipped rockers aren't really a necessity... lots of good discussion about them over on www.speedtalk.com .

I have a set of T&D's for my small block but I think I'm going to stick with my iron rockers for 2018... simple and effective. Maybe if I stick with that small block deal after next year I'll use the T&D's.

I'm not overly worried about the juice lifters on the Gen 3's, either. No experience with these new engines right now but my plan B for 2018 is building a simple 5.7 for a back-up and see how it works. I need to be at 650 HP or better and it will be on a dirt track deal.... we'll see. [/qu

Good to hear somebody else is going to use a Gen 3 in the dirt world. Plenty of power.


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#2423092 - 12/24/17 11:22 AM Re: G3 Aftermarket Timing Set and Such: Wishful thinking? [Re: moparmitch]
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yes we are testing main caps and girdle kit now. should be out in the spring.
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