What's you alls preference on Hemi lifters..

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  1. THEKIDD1055

    THEKIDD1055 Member

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    Gonna buy new lifters what's best bang for buck?
     
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    td3829mk Member

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    Morel lifters are probably the next best thing behind Jesel. And about 1/3 of the price
     
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  3. jay70cuda

    jay70cuda Well-Known Member

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    Jesel. Hands down. Did morels was great until the rebuild. The rebuild made it 10 runs before it broke. If you go morels just buy another new set don't do the rebuild.
     
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  4. jody stroud

    jody stroud ZOMBIE Top Dragster

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    It may depend on your engine type and application. I've run the Morel lifters for 6 years and have never had one issue with them. I run them for a year (50 to 60runs) and have them rebuilt by my friend Ken at Motorsports Unlimited. This is in a roots blown combo with a MBR hemi, shifting at 9600 rpms ,1/8 th mile races. I run Valvoline 60 to 70 weight oil with one quart of Lucas heavy duty stabilizer per fill up. It's a wet sump motor. Use this info however you wish, your results may vary.
     
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  5. youngtuner

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    Jesels are what 905 of the top blower cars in the country run, all the pros run them. They are 2750 dollars but they are an over looked part most of the time, Spend the money once and it is worth not having the issues later.
     
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  6. pete9857

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    I run crane, never an issue
     
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