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Old 03-03-2021, 12:53 PM
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Default Solid Lifter Application C4AZ-6500-A

Can someone identify the application for these lifters?
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Those are pretty rare to find. They were part of the high rev kit. Solid lifter FE applications. Spiral lifters.
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Thanks for the feedback.
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Old 03-06-2021, 11:06 AM
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Your welcome.
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Wonder how long before the lifter to block clearance becomes excessive?
A lifter could be made from 2 pieces of hollow tool steel and still be lighter and outlive that cast piece. Something to think about.
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The part was available in 64 according to the part number. I had a friend that had tunnel port and had solid lifters similar. I went with the Shell light weight solid lifters. I Once had Holman Moody shell lifters and they were even lighter
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I think they were also used in 6 cyl Falcons---
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i used them once many years ago, can only use them on a solid lifter block. they are quite heavy and a set of crower cam savers would be a better choice by far
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