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Howards Cams 91118 Direct Lube Mechanical Lifters
Howards Cams 91118 Direct Lube Mechanical Lifters

Howards Cams 91118 Direct Lube Mechanical Lifters

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

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  • They are made right here in the USA!
  • Has a 0.84" diameter and 1.861 lifter seat height
  • Engineered to have a constant oil supply to the cam lobe
  • The precision E.D.M. laser burns a .021 hole in the center of the face of the lifter
  • Allows for a higher valve spring pressures, more aggressive profiles and reduced lobe wear

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Lifter Body Diameter:
0.842"
Lifter Body Height:
Standard
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Set
MFG. Part #:
91118
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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Todays cams have more aggressive lobes. Increasing oil supply to these lobes is critical. A precision E.D.M. laser burns a .021 hole in the center of the face of the lifter. This allows a constant oil supply to the cam lobe, allowing higher valve spring pressures, more aggressive profiles and reduced lobe wear.

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • 0.84" diameter
  • Direct lube

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