Brodix 10x heads

Old 01-13-2012, 04:01 PM
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Default Brodix 10x heads

Do these heads require shaft rockers or can stud rockers be used?
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Old 01-13-2012, 07:15 PM
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They require shaft rockers plus offset lifters too.

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Old 01-13-2012, 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by TS1955
They require shaft rockers plus offset lifters too.

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X2, they require .250 offset rockers and .180 offset int. lifters. I have a set on my injected 434". They are Brodix 10's with RP's and FP's. I have T&D's i could look up the PN# if you need it. When i was setting mine up i called Brodix and they wouldn't give me the answer, they just said send us the heads and we'll set them up, yah right :!: :!: (NOT), since they are dealers of all the shaft rockets. I had a friend with set of .250 offset 1.6's T&D's which he sent me if they would work i could have them for $600.00, they were perfect. Problem is that they are the best 23* heads out there, they only flow about 320 CFM fully ported mine flow 314 @ .600 lift where the AFR 235's flow more fully ported.

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Old 01-14-2012, 04:31 AM
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The reason I ask is I have a set of AllPro 220's that require shaft rockers. I also have ss rockers on my really old set of Brodix heads. I was thinking of buying the 10x if I didn't have to by the shaft rockers and new lifters. This hobby is getting really expensive. Current engine is little m 406.
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Old 01-14-2012, 07:22 PM
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Originally Posted by jreiley
The reason I ask is I have a set of AllPro 220's that require shaft rockers. I also have ss rockers on my really old set of Brodix heads. I was thinking of buying the 10x if I didn't have to by the shaft rockers and new lifters. This hobby is getting really expensive. Current engine is little m 406.
The set of Brodix 10's that i have are the older version, i really don't know if the 10 X's have the same valve layout, but i can tell you that you will not get a straight answer from Brodix.

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Old 01-16-2012, 01:40 AM
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[quote="zipper06"]
Originally Posted by TS1955
They require shaft rockers plus offset lifters too.

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X2, they require .250 offset rockers and .180 offset int. lifters. I have a set on my injected 434". They are Brodix 10's with RP's and FP's. I have T&D's i could look up the PN# if you need it. When i was setting mine up i called Brodix and they wouldn't give me the answer, they just said send us the heads and we'll set them up, yah right :!: :!: (NOT), since they are dealers of all the shaft rockets. I had a friend with set of .250 offset 1.6's T&D's which he sent me if they would work i could have them for $600.00, they were perfect. Problem is that they are the best 23* heads out there, they only flow about 320 CFM fully ported mine flow 314 @ .600 lift where the AFR 235's flow more fully ported.

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Zip how long are those header studs?
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