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COMP Cams 8957-2 Lifters, Hydraulic roller, Chevy, Pair
COMP Cams 8957-2 Lifters, Hydraulic roller, Chevy, Pair

COMP Cams 8957-2 Lifters, Hydraulic roller, Chevy, Pair

Chevy LS V8, Hydraulic Roller Lifter Type, Vertical Link Bar, Lifter Link Bars Included

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COMP Cams 8957-2 Lifters, Hydraulic roller, Chevy, Pair
COMP Cams 8957-2 Lifters, Hydraulic roller, Chevy, Pair
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Lifter Type:
Hydraulic Roller
Link Bar:
Vertical
Lifter Link Bars Included:
Yes
Outside Diameter:
0.842"
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
MFG. Part #:
8957-2
GTIN Code:
036584190288

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COMP Cams Hydraulic Roller Lifters for GM LS with RHS Block, Single Pair.

COMP Cams Hydraulic Roller Lifters are a performance upgrade for stock Hydraulic Roller lifters or retro-fit Hydraulic Roller lifters for non-roller blocks. The roller wheel decreases friction and increases longevity when compared to flat tappet lifters. Hydraulic Roller lifters can handle much more aggressive cam profiles than flat tappets unlocking performance potential.

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