Obviously, you didn't buy your Impala unless you understood you would be getting horsepower and good looks both impeccably combined into one vehicle. When your Chevrolet Impala left the factory, it was destined for a driver who prioritizes long-lasting quality in their automobile. Your Chevrolet dealership isn't the only place to find trusted repair parts to fix your Impala. Anyone who operates a Chevrolet knows that when it comes to repairing their vehicle only the most superior replacement parts will do.
The valve train in your Chevrolet Impala engine has hundreds of parts that work together to ensure consistent and reliably-timed combustion. There is a rocker arm for each valve in your cylinder head that pushes the valve down. The rocker arm in your Chevrolet Impala is either directly actuated by the camshaft or indirectly by a pushrod, and it is built with a specific ratio (the distance between both ends to the pivot in the middle) that converts the distance the cam lobe lifts it to a greater distance that the valve opens. Make sure your next engine rebuild includes all new rocker arms, because all it takes is just one to break and ruin your project.
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