Direct Lube Series Lifters
Direct Lube Hydraulic Flat Tappet Lifters
The Howards Cams Direct Lube lifters are designed for use with more aggressive cam lobes. These flat tappet lifters provide a constant oil supply to the cam lobes, allowing for more aggressive lobe profiles and reducing lobe wear.
Max Effort Hydraulic Flat Tappet Lifters
Max Effort Hydraulic Flat Tappet Lifters are specifically designed for high RPM engine applications. These hydraulic lifters provide a noticeable increase in power over 5,000 RPMs. Pre-load for these lifters must be set 0.002 in. to 0.004 in. warm to achieve the power gains.
Performance Hydraulic Flat Tappet Lifters
Performance Hydraulic Flat Tappet Lifters are best used as direct replacements to OE lifters. These flat tappet lifters provide excellent oil control to maximize performance and service life.
Variable Duration Hydraulic Race Lifters
Variable Duration Hydraulic Race Lifters are precision machined for Chevy racing engines. These hydraulic lifters are designed for maximum endurance and maximize low-end torque without sacrificing mid or top end power. For best performance, pre-load these lifters between 0.020 in. to 0.040 in.
- Maximize your engine's capabilities
- Four varieties of lifters available to best suit the chosen engine's application
- Precision machining provides accurate and repeatable performance
What kind of oil pump should be used with these lifters? I have these in a sbc and have one or more "ticking".
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