Rhoads Lifters 8178 Chevy Hydraulic Lifters
Chevy Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, Hydraulic Flat Tappet Lifter Type
- Designed to fit all 1955-1986 Chevy V8's
- Lifter body has a diameter that measures 0.842"
- Using these lifters will provide 2-3" of vacuum under 1500 RPM
- Will bleed down slightly at idle and lower RPM and causing a reduction in valve duration of approximately 10° to 15°
- Provides approximately 25% more low-end horsepower
Lifters bleed down slightly at idle and lower RPM, causing a reduction in valve duration of approximately 10° to 15°, and reducing valve lift .020" to .030" at idle.
Set of 16. All 1955-86 Chevy V8.
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