Any chevy 350 LS1 lifter will work but you may want to get a mechanics stethoscope (cost $10 to $15) and listen for the source of the noise before assuming it is the lifters, noise has a funny way of traveling and it could be anything such as a loose exhaust baffle for example.
If the lifter bleeds down you will usually hear the ticking when the bike is first started after the engine has been sitting for awhile and the ticking will go away after the lifter pumps back up. If the roller bearing on the lifter is going bad you will hear more of a squeaking noise which usually happens at higher RPM but as the roller get worst it will happen at lower RPM too.
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