Here at Reid Machine we design and manufacture our own line of racing products.
The design of our rockerarms provides the stability required in the Top Fuel, Blown Alcohol, Injected, Fuel, and Pro Mod categories. Additionally the Top fuel engine assemblies produce extremely high cylinder pressures. Reid exhaust rockerarms must be as strong as possible and at the same time be stiff enough to maintain valve control.
The incorporation of the I-Beam design made from a solid billet of 4340 and properly heat treated provides everything needed to achieve both strength and longevity of the rocker arms.
We offer re-tipping of our shoe rockers for a nonimal fee, to extend the life of your rocker.
We also offer rebuilding of the roller rockers for a nominal fee.
Our products include intake and exhaust rocker arms, shafts, stands and Spring Savers. Just a few features of our rocker arms include: •Pushrod oiling through the adjusting screw. •Chrome moly steel, heat treated to resist fatigue without brittleness, • Original I-Beam construction for minimum deflection. •Completely New Design in 2007, not a copy with a new name. •Fully CNC machined from billet stock in OUR facility. • Reid Machine controls the manufacturing and quality of our components. •Developed and engineered with state of the art CAD software..
Our VisionAll of our rocker arm assemblies are designed around different manufactures heads. Our assmblies are NOT a "One Size Fits All" combination. We have done our homework to accommodate different types of heads, different valve tip locations and valve lengths to assure each one will give you the optimized performance for your choice. Our vision is to provide the the highest quality of components for our customers, both in the racing community and other industries that seek to use our expertise for machining solutions to their challenges. Utilizing state of the art CAD-CAM software and high quality machine tools, we strive to give our customers the best that we have to offer.
About The Seller
Reid Rocker Arms
Member Since April 2009