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Re: Hemi tick cause and cure, possibly solved [Re: Jambbii] #2976422
10/20/21 09:03 AM
10/20/21 09:03 AM
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good article
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Re: Hemi tick cause and cure, possibly solved [Re: csk] #2976470
10/20/21 11:50 AM
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Sounds like typical advertisement to me I'll believe it when I see it, wish we had millions of engines out there testing these. Also I can't find any info about weather or not they sell an MDS version...

They also speak from the point of view that the lifter is the only thing causing the tick, they don't address the pushrod top and rocker seat wear that causes ticking and exhaust bolts break and cause ticking, more so when cold. Lifter failure is not the only tick they have.


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Re: Hemi tick cause and cure, possibly solved [Re: HotRodDave] #2976504
10/20/21 12:53 PM
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I'm with Dave on this. First I've heard that tighter tolerances is basically the solution.

Right now if I had to say the very best thing a Gen3 owner can do I'd say these two things: DON'T vary from manufacturer recommended oil weight and change oil often.


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Re: Hemi tick cause and cure, possibly solved [Re: HotRodDave] #2976537
10/20/21 02:32 PM
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Originally Posted by HotRodDave
Sounds like typical advertisement to me I'll believe it when I see it, wish we had millions of engines out there testing these. Also I can't find any info about weather or not they sell an MDS version...

They also speak from the point of view that the lifter is the only thing causing the tick, they don't address the pushrod top and rocker seat wear that causes ticking and exhaust bolts break and cause ticking, more so when cold. Lifter failure is not the only tick they have.


Don’t forget the pushrods wear the balls off the top side and the rockers wear the sockets where the pushrods go into,,,,,,, and sometimes the pushrods are barely long enough from the factory and don’t provide enough preload on the lifter.

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