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I missed this in the original post, if the lifter went, the cam is ruined as well.
You should always run a high zinc oil with a flat tappet cam.
Strokers sound nice
no such thing as digital zoom without digital artifacts. Anyway, The cam and lifters don't look perfect, but they do not appear to be horrible....
I should have been more specific, it appears to be normal wear for the age of the engine. That picture is greatly digitally magnified which adds...
That looks like normal wear to me.
When a cam "goes flat" or "knocks a lobe off" this it what happens to the lifter. They will be concave,...
3:23 works well with 275/60 15's
you would not be able to tell the difference between 2:91's and 3:23's unless you had a tach. It would...
I use this guys stuff. Made in america. Even the control box.
Yeah, my 505 stroker in my newyorker is clearanced for 20-50, and i frequently drag race it. I still used the street filter, upon recomendation...
Racing engines can need more flow due to their larger bearing tolerances and probably get rebuilt more often. The racing filter has a higher flow...
ZDDP is zinc
Hughes says use zinc[ATTACH]
Here are pics of their 3" with crossover from the headers back and looking over the axle housing.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I have the original stock sacked-out springs and kyb shocks. And i run cal-tracs.
I have the green bearings and a detroit locker locking differential and launch with super sticky drag radials. I drive it daily. All of those...
15x8 all the way around with 4.75" backspace. The rears are 275/60's
Green bearings are fine. Mine would have failed a long time ago if they were not.
Not specifically mopar related, but its cold outside and the posts on here are a little slow lately. My new project build.
Just fired up my...
Nope, just because.