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I wouldn’t buy anything from comp cams. Especially hydraulic lifters. :thumbsup:I’d have a custom cam ground and buy quality lifters.
I use shockproof in my mercruiser outdrive. It’s a performance application.
When I first used it, I was sure something was amiss with the gallon I...
I made a “setup” cup, Cranky.
I put them under the cup on the one I just set up
ATI or innovators west
It will be fine.
You could try what Steve 340 said, and see what it looks like, as well.
What you have will be fine, though.
That’s a decent price.
It doesn’t cost double to build a Mopar. That’s nonsense. I’ve had a lot of machine work done over the years.
I used the Robbmc offset dowels.
They are nice. You can index them to where you need them, and then, lock them down.
The one thing I noted, was...
Good to see ya posting.
You will like the Miller machine.
Please keep us updated on the conversion. It was the single best...
He’s asking about running solid roller lifters on a hydraulic roller cam.Yes, you can do that
As has already been said, use a dedicated break in oil.
Stop listening to the 540 guy and listen to the folks who made the parts you are breaking in.
Use the outer springs only.
Use good break in oil. Gibbs or Brad penn will be fine.that 540Rat oil deal has a contentious history to it. I’d go...
I agree. With a short tire, the 3.23 will be nice.I have a 28” tall tire and run a 3.73 gear.3000 @ 70 MPH. I like it like that.
I glued a PVC cap on a piece of 6” PVC pipe and soaked the axle tubes in evaporust. I did one side at a time.used a wire wheel on the center...
Never again!good luck getting all the media out