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Old April 24th 2020, 19:04
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Type IV Rocker Arms

Hello everyone, with exception to Mr. Pauter, is there anyone else making type IV ration rocker arms?
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Old April 25th 2020, 08:59
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Hello everyone, with exception to Mr. Pauter, is there anyone else making type IV ration rocker arms?
Yes, in germany there is a alu ratio rocker for sale now again. Think OK products make/sell it as well as Ahnendorp and a few others iirc. Not cheap.
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Old April 25th 2020, 13:28
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Thanks Walter.
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Old May 11th 2020, 16:08
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Hello everyone,

Well it's good to see someone makes them. Question, have you seen the Pete Fusa rockers? I'm am not sure that they are for type IV heads though, I will send a e-mail and hope the answer is yes.
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Well it's good to see someone makes them. Question, have you seen the Pete Fuser rockers? I'm am not sure that they are for type IV heads though, I will send a e-mail and hope the answer is yes.
I'am almost sure they're not, or otherwise they would have advertised so (its a bigger market then their full-race set-ups) and typ 4 rockers have a large off-set to one side per cylinder. Thats just eye balling it, but I think your hope is in vain, sorry.
Unfortunately, the Weiss rockers are very expensive (double what Pauters used to cost iirc, about 850-895 euro's?) and you need their billet valve cover since their rockers sit very high. Another 300-350? I think you might be well over 1200 euro's for just rockers and valve covers... I think Apfelbeck parts might not be that expensive after all LOL!
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Old May 12th 2020, 12:21
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Good morning,
The rockers I showed were 1.7 ratio. I believe that they are not type IV also. I emailed him because, if a company can make that quality of a part, hearing his yes or no on possibly endeavoring to make some is worth at least asking the question.

1200 euros is high.

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Old May 14th 2020, 17:48
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Type IV rockers relpy

Hello everyone, please see the reply concerning the type IV rockers.

Hi there


On my website the rockers are typeV . It's not the same of pauter ok.

I already produced type 4 of pauter, I can do this without any problems.

I need a minimum order of 5 sets.

Value per sets of $ 650.00

Total $ 3,250.00

Question, is there enough members to place an order? I sent another picture of his rocker arms for him to validate. I also sent a picture of my engine, as the type IV, to make it clear. I believe Pauter started to have problems with reliability of his product. When I see Fusa product, it reeks quality. Because Brazil speaks Portuguese I am trying to make my point clear.
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Old May 18th 2020, 17:30
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Latest Reply On Fusa TypeIV Rocker Arms

Hello,
Presently I don't have the funds. However, just as soon as I am able I'll get some.
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Nah, I save my funds for OHC rockers and parts ;-)
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Old May 19th 2020, 18:06
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Nah, I save my funds for OHC rockers and parts ;-)
Hello, not a problem, I'm very happy to see that there is someone that can and will make the rockers. I must stay on track now, I only need rockers and push rods. The Apfelbeck project has taken way too long, and I would have to go another route. I'll get my funds together and contact fusa then.
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