Texas Speed® GM  5/16" Chromoly Pushrod Kit, Set of 16
Texas Speed® GM  5/16" Chromoly Pushrod Kit, Set of 16


Texas Speed® GM 5/16" Chromoly Pushrod Kit, Set of 16

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Compatible: (5.7L/6.0L/6.2L)

1999 - 2021 Cadillac Escalade 

2004 - 2013 Cadillac CTS-V

1999 - 2021 Chevy Suburban

1999 - 2021 Chevy Tahoe

1998 - 2021 Chevy Camaro SS/ZL1

1997 - 2019 Chevy Corvette Stingray/Grand Sport/Z06

1999 - 2021 Chevy Silverado

1999 - 2021 GMC Sierra

1999 - 2021 GMC Yukon/XL


Texas Speed 5/16" Chrome-moly Pushrods, SINGLE

Texas Speed & Performance Chromoly Hardened Pushrods In Your Choice Of Lengths!

Hardened pushrods are a must for any valvetrain upgrade on your LS based engine.  These TSP chromoly pushrods feature .080" wall thickness & are designed for stability under high rpm use.

These one-piece pushrods are heat-treated and feature oil holes that are drilled and chamfered to prevent stress fractures and cracks.

These 5/16" pushrods are available in many lengths. Standard LS1/LS2/LS6/L92/LS3/L99 length is 7.400"

If your building a custom valvetrain setup you might consider purchasing the Comp Cams adjustable pushrod measuring tool. At only about $20 it's a perfect tool for making sure you get exactly the right pushrod length for your application. A large number of variables are involved in determining the correct length pushrod for your application.

Pushrod length is affected by any of the following:   

  • Block deck height
  • Head deck height
  • Head stud boss height
  • Rocker arm brand/design
  • Cam base circle size
  • Lifter design/brand/pushrod seat height
  • Valve stem length

Don't assume anything when determining the right pushrod for your new engine. A pushrod that fits one engine may not necessarily work in another. Any number of items can be different on your engine, requiring you to use a different pushrod length.