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choosing lifters for cam build

ok guys I'm putting a andrews 57 cam in my 11 RGU w/SE adjustable tapered Pushrods.on another site someone has the same build and put S&S lifters 33-5350
lifters(which are 108.00)and on another comment some have use the S&S lifters 330-0175 (279.00) i know u can't go wrong with S&S but for my build would i need the premiers lifters or the reg. would be find S&S is closed for the weekend and sale ends today.

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I like the S&S premiums as my first choice.


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ok guys I'm putting a andrews 57 cam in my 11 RGU w/SE adjustable tapered Pushrods.on another site someone has the same build and put S&S lifters 33-5350
lifters(which are 108.00)and on another comment some have use the S&S lifters 330-0175 (279.00) i know u can't go wrong with S&S but for my build would i need the premiers lifters or the reg. would be find S&S is closed for the weekend and sale ends today.
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I would not comprimise on lifters with all that lift (or any lift ) on an HD. They are a weak spot...
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You can find the S&S premium lifters without limiters for around $230 online. Buddy of mine just bought a set last month.

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I will take a look.im definitely upgrading the lifters just wanted to c if I was going to need the premium ones I spoke to another guy who has the same build as I do and he used the regular ones and no problem. Again that was one person want.to c if anyone else did

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If you type in S&S 330-0175 into a google search you will find them thru amazon for $211 with free shipping.


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I have not heard any thing bad about the standard S&S lifters. There is a shop near me and that's all they use.

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S&S lifters, and S&S pushrods, roller rocker arms are the parts we reach for here when needed, for almost 2 decades now.........there is a good reason for that.
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I know there product is great. I think I might just go with there standard lifters I'm not going all crazy big cam

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We carry both premium and the standard lifter in stock at all times.
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