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Why Johnson Hydraulic Roller Lifters Belong in Your Engine

 

Johnson Lifters wants to be your valve lifter source. A primary supplier with top tier manufacturing capabilities, the 90 year old company functions seamlessly within the high stress, low tolerance OEM environment where quality control inspections are mandatory and frequent. An essential part of Johnson Lifter's quality control program is identifying and solving common lifter issues. In particular, hydraulic valve lifters have long suffered the notion that they are no good for performance use, but that is far from accurate.

             Hot Rod Engine Tech posted in Engine Tech

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383 Chevy: Beyond the Crate!

 

Complementing the factory "Hot Cam" selection are aftermarket supporting parts specifically chosen to ensure top performance. That starts with high precision hydraulic roller lifters with tie bars from Johnson Lifters.

             Hot Rod Engine Tech posted in Engine Tech

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Affordable Corvette Supercar: Beyond the Crate II

 

Complementing the factory "Hot Cam" selection are aftermarket supporting parts specifically chosen to ensure top performance. That starts with high precision hydraulic roller lifters with tie bars from Johnson Lifters.

             Hot Rod Engine Tech posted in Engine Tech

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383 Chevy: Affordable Corvette Supercar: Beyond the Crate II

 

And the 300 horsepower engine is a strong reliable performer that offers plenty of potential for power upgrades or a complete rebuild like the 383 stroker we built for our in-house project car. You can see the detailed buildup of this engine package in Part 1 here: 383, Beyond the Crate.

             ALTERNATE SUPERCARS  
The High Performance SuperCar Resource

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Ilmor 396 ARCA Engine Saves Money...

 

The introduction of a new “control” engine for the ARCA series that was designed, built and marketed through the highly respected ILMOR Engineering affirms the racing community’s commitment to lowering a team’s operating cost; but this action once again comes at the expense of the independent engine builder’s livelihood and racing’s quintessential spirit of continued innovation to go faster with each race. <\br>

             By Mike Magda posted on Dec 25, 2014 in News

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