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Hydraulic roller lifter technical question COMP..MOREL ???

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Re: Hydraulic roller lifter technical question COMP..MOREL ?

Post by cstraub » Tue Apr 26, 2016 2:31 pm

Schurkey wrote:
cstraub wrote:Morel's lifters will rpm. They found how to do this was with the tolerance between the body and valving.
"Tolerance" or "clearance"?
Both. Morel tighten up the clearance in 2005 after some testing proved that it would allow higher rpm function. Morel's tolerance and Jesels are best of any lifter mfg.
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Re: Hydraulic roller lifter technical question COMP..MOREL ?

Post by novadude » Wed Apr 27, 2016 1:47 pm

cstraub wrote:Morel
Shaver
Johnson/Hylift
Johnson
Gaterman
Delphi
Eaton
and a guy in ID who's name escapes me.
I thought Crane made their own hydraulic roller lifters too. Has that changed?

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Re: Hydraulic roller lifter technical question COMP..MOREL ???

Post by Mark Williams » Sat Jun 27, 2020 8:49 am

novadude wrote:
Wed Apr 27, 2016 1:47 pm
cstraub wrote:Morel
Shaver
Johnson/Hylift
Johnson
Gaterman
Delphi
Eaton
and a guy in ID who's name escapes me.
I thought Crane made their own hydraulic roller lifters too. Has that changed?
Im in the market for a set of hyd roller lifters for my bbc.
Was thinking of crane dont they make their own lifters anymore?

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