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Old 22nd-November-2012, 07:54 PM   #1
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Sbc solid roller lifters

I have been researching- I can't find isky red zone ezx lifters for sbc.
What would be the next best?
I read crower or isky hippo.
Doesn't Howard's sell for morel or is this just for hydraulic roller?

This is going in 383, i have eagle bottom end, 210 afrs and edy 2925.
Friends convincing me to go. E85.
Planned cam is lunati 60134: 255/263 at .600 lift.

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Old 22nd-November-2012, 08:31 PM   #2
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I run that same cam 60134 with the Lunati roller lifter. Love the cam. and its a street car.
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Old 22nd-November-2012, 09:51 PM   #3
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I run that same cam 60134 with the Lunati roller lifter. Love the cam. and its a street car.
What is your set up?
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Howards does not sell for Morel, and not all there line is Morel that is a poor assumption.


Morels are distributed by John Callies.

Herbert lifters are Morels.
And there are several options.

And Herbert is having a Black Friday 10% sale.

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Howards does not sell for Morel, and not all there line is Morel that is a poor assumption.


Morels are distributed by John Callies.

Herbert lifters are Morels.
And there are several options.

And Herbert is having a Black Friday 10% sale.

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Thanks Al!
I will look into the Herbert's- I've read some good things.
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509 Block 30 over, SRP flat top pistons, Scat forged 3.75 internally balanced.
6" Scat H beam rods. ARF 210 comp elm. heads with some work done to them. Lunati 60134 cam and Lunati roller lifters, Crower rocker 1.6 ratio.
Super Victor Jr With some work done to it. 950 carb.
Turbo 350 trans manual valve body. Stall is a ATI 8" 4500 built for the car.
4.11 gears out back with 27 inch tall tires Mickeys 255 60 15s.
I have the TCI front end and the TCI 4 link just got the car back together this summer. Its a hand full! and I love i!. Going to take it to the strip next summer and see how she does.
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509 Block 30 over, SRP flat top pistons, Scat forged 3.75 internally balanced.
6" Scat H beam rods. ARF 210 comp elm. heads with some work done to them. Lunati 60134 cam and Lunati roller lifters, Crower rocker 1.6 ratio.
Super Victor Jr With some work done to it. 950 carb.
Turbo 350 trans manual valve body. Stall is a ATI 8" 4500 built for the car.
4.11 gears out back with 27 inch tall tires Mickeys 255 60 15s.
I have the TCI front end and the TCI 4 link just got the car back together this summer. Its a hand full! and I love i!. Going to take it to the strip next summer and see how she does.
That combo looks good for 10.90's or better!
What is compression ratio and who built the carb?
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That combo looks good for 10.90's or better!
What is compression ratio and who built the carb?
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Sounds like my next combo.
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That combo looks good for 10.90's or better!
What is compression ratio and who built the carb?
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Its 10.7.1 with a tight quench. Its a Proform that I got a really good deal on. (50 bucks). It wouldn't work for the guy, and he got it from someone same story, I got a hold of it and went thru it and it works great for me.
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I would be tickled with low 11s and even happier if it broke in to the 10s
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I would be tickled with low 11s and even happier if it broke in to the 10s
If you have good suspension it just might!
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Herbert/ morels

Thanks for the replies guys.
I went with dhp/morel pro lifters.
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Thanks for the replies guys.
I went with dhp/morel pro lifters.
Thanks Al!
Anytime. Happy to help

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Thanks for the replies guys.
I went with dhp/morel pro lifters.
Thanks Al!
Is this a bushing type or bearing type solid roller lifter? Getting ready to go solid roller in my motor and am thinking about going with the bushing type lifter, just looking for more info!
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Is this a bushing type or bearing type solid roller lifter? Getting ready to go solid roller in my motor and am thinking about going with the bushing type lifter, just looking for more info!
Bearing, direct pressure fed.

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