COMP Cams 810-1 Performance Series Lifter, Solid Flat Tappet, Ford, EA
Ford Small Block V8, Mechanical/Solid Flat Tappet Lifter Type, None Link Bar
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COMP Cams Performance Series Solid/Mechanical Lifters With EDM Injection Technology are premium lifters designed specifically for high-end street and race applications. Built to extreme precision tolerances to create the most durable solid lifters available, Performance Series Lifters are engineered to handle elevated, race application valve spring pressures. The .012" EDM oil hole in the lifter face increases oil flow to the Camshaft lobe contact point. This lifter is very lightweight with no chamfer. This is a universal design for engines which accept .875" diameter lifters.
- Precision-ground crown radius and surface finish promote performance Camshaft compatibility and high RPM durability
- Lightweight design and one-piece pushrod seat provide extended RPM range
- Feature a precision-machined and accurately located oil band to yield a consistent and properly metered oil flow
- Designed for elevated, race application valve spring pressures
- Ideal for high-end street and race engines
Application1977-92 Lincoln 302-400
1969-2001 Ford 302-400
1968-2001 Mercury 302-400
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