Engineered for the long haul, Bullet roller lifters are CNC machined with exacting precision and air gauged assuring consistent lifter performance.
From mild drag engines, street/strip builds, pleasure boats to circle track, these lifters will give you bulletproof performance.
Engine components are serious investments for any racer and maintaining that investment could be the difference between winning a championship and losing it.
Ultra Series roller tappet lifters are designed for both serious racers and big block Chevy engines.
The LS7 style lifters can be used in a variety of other LS engine applications.
In this episode of Danny Soliz Says, Danny talks about lifter preload and how to avoid issues with your lifters and valvetrain components by making sure you bleed your lifters prior to reassembly.
Work smarter not harder! In this episode of Danny Soliz Says, Danny shows you how to remove your camshaft and lifters in an easy fashion without damaging the lifter bores or the lifters themselves.
Now that Steve has identified the different types of lifters you can choose from, he goes into the materials these lifters feature and why certain ones are better for certain applications.
In this episode of Steve Tech, Steve Morris explains the different types of lifters available for engine builds today and the pros and cons for each style, in his opinion.
Elgin’s pre-assembled sets feature the same parts offered by GM, including two each of the AFM-equipped engine’s front and rear guides and lifters. All parts are marked for fast, easy installation.
The BLE Products M2S2 Lifters are designed to replace the “mini” hydraulic Stationary Lash Adjusters (SLA) found in many of today’s late-model DOHC engines.
Valvetrain components all work in conjunction to allow air or the air/fuel mixture in and exhaust gases out of the engine, and the selection process for the proper parts can be complex.