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Default How Many have used the .904 Mopar Lifter

And what were your thought, experiences with that lifter?

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Old 04-30-2016, 10:28 AM
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There are lots of guys running .904 roller lifters with very good results

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can follow more aggressive lobe profiles.....but I bet Tom knows that.

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I was after the basic durability of the parts, any special options 9like the Hippo stuff, EZE Roll stuff, Full pressure oiling, you guys know better about that lifter than me.

But yes Alex, I understand the more aggressive lobe profiles benefit. I am envious of the 75mm Pro Stock deals out there as far as smooth but aggressive profiles.

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JESSEL!!!! the only wayto fly!

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Can those particular Lifters be purchased through
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Isky red zone (with and without EZ Roll option) are working great in a few Pontiacs and other builds. No complaints or failures to report. We have only used the Iskys; no other brands.

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Bringing this back.

Having no luck finding Crower .904 roller with offset. I can get the Mopars from Bam. Curious if this is working for anyone w/o any major modifications.

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We ran Crower Offset .904 lifters with needle bearings/with bushings and with HIPO oiling. Several sets. No issues. Have you called Crower direct? Send me a PM and I will get you a direct contact there. Sometimes they have a delay on the lifter bodies and machine them in groups. If your in a hurry, it could be an issue. We were always able to get them in a month-6 weeks.

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I've had .904 lifters on order since early January, nothing yet but that seems to be the norm now ��

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We ran Crower Offset .904 lifters with needle bearings/with bushings and with HIPO oiling. Several sets. No issues. Have you called Crower direct? Send me a PM and I will get you a direct contact there. Sometimes they have a delay on the lifter bodies and machine them in groups. If your in a hurry, it could be an issue. We were always able to get them in a month-6 weeks.
Thanks Mike, yes unfortunately I'm in a hurry. Talked to a few of our vendors and they are all waiting like Brian. Motor needs to be running by the end of next week. I have 1 pair of Mopar lifters coming from BAM and will see how they fit. He is fairly local to me and I should have it tomorrow.

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Bam makes some good lifters

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I just got a set of .842 BAM lifters , double pin oilers . I was impressed , very nice lifters . I gave up trying to find crowers .

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I ordered jesels this year. Got them in 14 days.

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I ordered jesels this year. Got them in 14 days.
Did you pay for them to be expedited? I ordered Jesel through a dealer in early Jan and still waiting.

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Did you pay for them to be expedited? I ordered Jesel through a dealer in early Jan and still waiting.
Not sure but January 14 doesn't seem like "early January" ..... Just saying. And since January 14 was a Friday I'm thinking the order probably wasn't processed until the following Monday..... Just saying

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Did you pay for them to be expedited? I ordered Jesel through a dealer in early Jan and still waiting.
Nope. Just called up and placed can order. I had jesel make Pontiac lifters years ago due to the wheel used on the crowers being too hard. I went through a spell where I broke like 10 lifters in 2 years between 2006 and 2007. First I designed the split langer pan in order to be able to get the broken parts out of the bottom end of the motor. Then I worked with jesel to solve the problem.

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