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COMP Cams 800-16 Chevy Solid Lifters with Oil Hole
COMP Cams 800-16 Chevy Solid Lifters with Oil Hole

COMP Cams 800-16 Chevy Solid Lifters with Oil Hole

Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, Chevy W-Series V8, Cadillac V8

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COMP Cams 800-16 Chevy Solid Lifters with Oil Hole
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With the increased rpm, additional spring pressure and aggressive cam designs of today’s performance engines, premature cam wear is a major problem. COMP Cams has answered the challenge with the new Oil Injection solid mechanical lifters that feature a precision 0.012” oil feed hole in the cam face. The added oiling capacity creates a boundary layer that protects both the lifter and cam lobe from excessive wear.  

COMP Cams lifters are manufactured to the highest standards and when used with their oil additive, will give you the best results.

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w/ .012" hole on lifter face.


  • Cadillac 472-500
  • Chevy 348-409 (1958-65)
  • Chevy 265-400
  • Chevy 396-454
  • Oldsmobile 265-455
  • Pontiac 260-455


  • Diameter: .842"
  • Seat Height: 1.88"
  • Weight: 86 grams
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Tim M. has tried to stay true to the vintage route, but sometimes, exceptions must be made. For example, the original oiling system's paper element and canister are functional, but an upgraded system will be more reliable.

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