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Old 06-17-2004, 02:27 AM
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Rhodes lifters

I bought a new cam 270 H magnum from comp cams. I was wondering if these lifters would give me a benificail amount of low end torque? Do any of you run these lifters? the duration of my cam is 224 and lift is .470

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holley street avenger
hedman headers
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approx 8.5 c/r
stock pistons
heads are 993's

Bob at the local Machine shop "bell & gains" says the engine is barley warn less than 5 thousandths off the cylinder walls. heads look good. I cleaned/straightned out the intake/exh ports on the heads, he said they looked good.

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did they work form you?
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Old 06-17-2004, 10:58 PM
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The Rhodes lifters are old tech dinosaurs. They are super noisy and still pretty pricey.

Go with the Lunati or Comp equivalents. They have much better, more recent technology behind them, and they aren't so loud.

You would benefit a lot from them.
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