TECH TIP! How to measure your LS engine for proper pushrod length

One common thing often overlooked when installing your new cam kit in your LS engine, is making sure you have the proper length pushrod. Hopefully this video helps you out!

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38 thoughts on “TECH TIP! How to measure your LS engine for proper pushrod length

  1. Im measuring push rod length for some Johnson 2116. Preload spec is .025-.045. Im trying to figure what i should figure for thermal expansion. As the engine reaches operating temp it seems I would lose some preload. .008 is what I think Johnson told me. Iron block aluminum heads.

  2. Can you tell me if this process is the same for brand new lifters that have never been "pumped up"? I assume yes, but just double checking. Thanks for the video!

  3. Great instructional video Phantom. Some people may not understand what base circle of the cam is so maybe you could explain it. I’d try but I’m a dumbass and explaining things is not one of my strengths in life.

  4. Great instructional video Phantom. Some people may not understand what base circle of the cam is so maybe you could explain it. I’d try but I’m a dumbass and explaining things is not one of my strengths in life.

  5. Check diagonally opposite cylinders (1-8) and you will actually see if there are any discrepancies in the cam tunnel or the engine block itself or machining errors .

  6. Much respect guys keep it up , Love the new content. I think you should do more of this all the time we would love to get to know ye and learn from ye and see behind the scenes … i'm sure there are others out there like me that go into withdrawels when Street Outlaws is between seasons.

    Best of luck with the New Venture Sean .. I know you're going to kill it man you are one he** of a builder/tuner/driver , get it son

  7. talk about a coincidence. i'm getting ready to do cams on a g8 and was looking for tips because i didn't trust the snug + 1.75 turns "trick".

  8. What would be a good tech tip is. Static vs dynamic compression ratio. I always hear people mix them up or they think it is the same thing just different way of saying it. I know the difference but a lot of people dont. Just a idea. Keep on keepin on.

  9. Shit number 2 on the post comments!! Lol
    That’s really cool!! Thats great!!!Thank for showing that!
    Yes do more showing it’s something no one else is doing!!! Tech tips for our cars?? Never saw that.
    Show more of the OG and small tires when Murder Nova Ruled!!!
    Yes Shawn your name was changed to Murder Nova!!! Lmao
    Tell me the name of the Lone Ranger? We know Tonto’s name right? Lol

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