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Old 02-28-2013, 02:37 PM
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DART SHP Block Lifters

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I'm getting ready to buy my new Dart SHP 400 block for our sprint car. My question is, this block requires a +.300 taller lifter and just wanted to know why? Is it because the lifter bores are taller?

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Yes. Not to mention if you have a small base circle cam the lifter will sit slightly lower in the bore.
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With our 565 and the 632 we went through a period of sizing issues on the 565 of the lifter bores.MAKE VERY SURE YOU CHECK THE LIFTER BORE CLEARANCES!!!
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With our 565 and the 632 we went through a period of sizing issues on the 565 of the lifter bores.MAKE VERY SURE YOU CHECK THE LIFTER BORE CLEARANCES!!!
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Iits amazing how many guys buy lifters and just dump them into the bores with out checking the clearance.

Most .841 roller lifters are under size for a .844 bore.


I don't let any block out of my shop with out fitting lifters to the bores.
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