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    New Billet Rocker Arms from Rotax Racing

    Rotax Racing has a high strength alternative to the weak cast rocker arms used in the 4-Tec engines. These billet rockers are direct replacements for the stock rocker arms and have manually adjustable lifters. Due to the attack angle of these billet rockers you must use the Rotax Racing C Kit camshaft. This setup is designed for engines revving upwards of 10,000 RPM.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=18_10&produ cts_id=2470 rr6231

    This is the designated camshaft for use exclusively with the Rotax Racing billet rocker arms. It's much lighter than OEM for quicker acceleration, reduced valvetrain and camchain fatigue. Camshaft profile is specifically designed for super high RPM's in the 9800-9900 RPM range.
    $1,900
    Rotax Racing Billet Rocker Arm Set - Manual Adjustable Valve Lifters

    Super strong billet rocker shafts for the Sea Doo 4-Tec engine. Lifters are manually adjustable. Replaces weak cast stock rocker arms with hydraulic...
    6230 $1,995.00

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    a few more pics!
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    WOW!

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    friggin gorgeous!!

    ...but c-o-s-t-l-y! WOW!


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    Are these gonna be on sale Black Friday ?

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    I get the fact that this is cutting edge technology on high performance platforms BUT, somebody needs to make these guys understand you can sell a lot more of this kind of equipment at a much lower price point and reap the rewards in volume sales.

    A lot of Rotax parts are outrageously expensive! They don't seem to care or understand how volume makes up a huge difference.

    Classic Chevrolet right here in Grapevine TX is the #1 Chevy dealer in the WORLD! Why? Lower prices, but HUGE VOLUME! My buddy is the GMAC finance REP to this dealership and others. VOLUME sells…..huge profits……not outrageous prices.

    Sorry for the rant…. I would purchase these products if reasonably priced….!!


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    Nice looking stuff but way out of my budget league.

    My 04 RXP cost less than just the camshaft.

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    What ratio are they? Same as stock or other? It would be nice if these rockers could also be made with hydraulic adjusters as an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post
    What ratio are they? Same as stock or other? It would be nice if these rockers could also be made with hydraulic adjusters as an option.
    all the power comes from removing the hydraulic lifter and going mechanical.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post
    What ratio are they? Same as stock or other? It would be nice if these rockers could also be made with hydraulic adjusters as an option.
    all the power comes from removing the hydraulic lifter and going mechanical.
    Yes, I understand that but I don't need to spin the engine to 9800-10000, just 8900-9000. What's the ratio of the rocker arms and is it only for use with the Rotax C kit cam?

    One more question.....at what rpm level does the stock arms bleed off oil?

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