COMP Cams 882-1 Hi-Tech Lifter, Hydraulic flat tappet, AMC/Mopar, Each
Hi-Tech Hydraulic Lifters have a greater bleed rate, which greatly increases vacuum, throttle response and noise. Hi-Tech Lifters were designed primarily for extremely hot street machines or racing applications where a vacuum rule is in place or where you must run a Hydraulic cam.
- Greater bleed rate increases vacuum
- Increased throttle response for extremely hot street and racing applications
- Not recommended for extended periods of street use
Application1964-88 AMC 199-401
1968-89 Chrysler 318-440
1964-89 Plymouth 273-440
1964-91 Dodge 273-440
- This product is discontinued.
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- This item 2828821 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
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