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Howards Cams 91108-16 Steel Mechanical Lifters
Howards Cams 91108-16 Steel Mechanical Lifters

Howards Cams 91108-16 Steel Mechanical Lifters

Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, 0.842 Lifter Body Diameter, 1.861 Lifter Seat Height

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Howards Cams 91108-16 Steel Mechanical Lifters
Howards Cams 91108-16 Steel Mechanical Lifters
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Lifter Body Diameter:
0.842
Lifter Body Height:
Standard
Sold in Quantity:
Set
MFG. Part #:
91108-16
Lifter Exhaust Offset:
Center
Lifter Intake Offset:
Center
Lifter Seat Height:
1.861
Lifter Series:
Tool Steel With EDM Oil Hole

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This Howard Cams mechanical lifter is intended for use on cast iron camshafts. Ideal for engines turning in excess of 7,000 rpm with higher valve spring pressures. Super fine surface finish of 1-2Ra and built from tool steel for durability and hardness. Lightweight and has the Direct Lube EDM oil hole. Compatible with all OE and aftermarket engine blocks.

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Lightweight
  • Steel construction
  • Sold as a set of 16

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Required for flat tappet applications in Dart SHP blocks

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • What happens when you advance or retard a camshaft? In this tech article, we explain the pros and cons of installing your cam straight up, advancing or retarding.
  • Learn the basics to engine performance like; how does a cam work? What is Valve lift, duration, lobe separation angle, and cam profiles? Afterwords selecting the right camshaft will be less of a guessing game!
  • One of the most important parts of your racing operation is the engine. This article gives a detailed overview on how to maintain your engine to get the most out of it for as long as possible. Also learn some tips to prolong the life of your engine.
  • 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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