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    what is everyones opinion on PBM lifters? i bought a new set of PBM RL-925 roller lifters. the previous owner left them at the machine shop to sell because he changed direction. gave $240 for them. i have a new set of PSI springs set at 2.070 height with 265# seat pressure. the cam is .757 lift on both intake and exhaust. am running a set of brodix BB 2 plus cnc heads. two quick fuel 1050`s on an edelbrock. 496 cid. 6550 rpm at wot. the diameter of the roller axle doesn`t appear to be as big as the comp lifters i have with about 100 runs on them. can they stand the pressure or should i keep running the comps? thanks for any replies whether they are positive or negative.

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    Its not their best lifter, specially for a marine app. Better than the Comp? What isn't? Besides, they're new

    Is this a lake boat or a drag only deal?



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    its a drag only 16 ft. earl smith texas tunnel. running the m/e 10 second class. i may reinstall the comps and use the pbm`s on another 496 i`m building for a 454ss chevy truck. it`ll have less spring pressure.

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    i have the PBMs they are Morels with a PBM stamp on them, i also i have the PSI springs, good choice, but not quiet that big of cam
    how could u pass on any lifters at that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Led View Post
    i have the PBMs they are Morels with a PBM stamp on them, i also i have the PSI springs, good choice, but not quiet that big of cam
    how could u pass on any lifters at that price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Led View Post
    i have the PBMs they are Morels with a PBM stamp on them, i also i have the PSI springs, good choice, but not quiet that big of cam
    how could u pass on any lifters at that price.

    Its a good lifter. Like I said, they're better than the Comp's, and they're new. Its not their best roller and not my choice with that cam and spring in a marine app. In a drag deal it doesn't know if it's a car or a boat. Just saying the 982 is a better lifter. But he can't beat the price.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Till View Post
    what is everyones opinion on PBM lifters? i bought a new set of PBM RL-925 roller lifters. the previous owner left them at the machine shop to sell because he changed direction. gave $240 for them. i have a new set of PSI springs set at 2.070 height with 265# seat pressure. the cam is .757 lift on both intake and exhaust. am running a set of brodix BB 2 plus cnc heads. two quick fuel 1050`s on an edelbrock. 496 cid. 6550 rpm at wot. the diameter of the roller axle doesn`t appear to be as big as the comp lifters i have with about 100 runs on them. can they stand the pressure or should i keep running the comps? thanks for any replies whether they are positive or negative.
    That's the Morel Sportsman series plain jane roller lifter. No pressure fed axle, has the cut away body, not the Ultra Pro. It's still a very good lifter.
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    i see what steelcomp is referring to, just check their site, still a savings, and good lifter, if they were the pro series you would of really scored.

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