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Old September 23rd, 2015, 12:25 PM   #1
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Slow bleed Lifters 96-99

I have been told that the stock slow bleed lifters are the exact same lifters as the Mopar P5249862 (used in the 5.9L) and Elgin HL-2269 (that supposedly is the manufacturer of the Mopar ones).

moparonlineperformance.com/product-p/p5249862.htm
Mopar Performance Hydraulic Roller Tappets - P5249862

Does someone have any knowledge about this they would care to share?
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Old September 23rd, 2015, 12:29 PM   #2
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Probably. The 488ci V-10 is essentially nothing more than a stroked 360 with 2 more cylinders on the back. Early-on, I read that Dodge used a number of P-parts in the Viper motors, including the LA rods.
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Old September 23rd, 2015, 12:32 PM   #3
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Probably. The 488ci V-10 is essentially nothing more than a stroked 360 with 2 more cylinders on the back.
Yes, exactly...

The enormous price difference is quite tempting...

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Has anyone found any validity to this?
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According to reference tables it's the same lifters and Elgins lifters are OEM Replacement.
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I'm switching from solid rollers to the Comp Cam 70530 hydraulics when I swap to the GEN IV heads. Not too pricey for a slow/low bleed lifter. Tech reviews of the comp cam lifter were very good.
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just baught 20 of these from dodge dealership for $196.00.. much cheaper then roe and rsi.. im getting ready to do a cam swap going to a 710 cam so i rather save money on stuff like these lifters and spend it on the gaskets that need to be baught..

Mopar P5249862 for set of 16
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In comparing my OEM lifters to the Comp Cam replacements, the biggest difference to the eye...is how the roller bearing shaft is secured within the lifter. The factory lifter uses an internal snap ring on the shaft ends and the Comp Cams one uses a cheaper method of just mushrooming the ends into the lifter shell. Many pictures/photos of the various lifters do not show these important characteristics. I had a set of GEN-IV lifters too and those used the better engineered snap ring retainers as well. When you get these MOPAR/Elgin lifters, let us know how the roller shaft pins are secured. I think that will be the big indicator as to the question of OEM or not.
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