Its Hydraulic, the noise gets louder with rpm. I cant hear it much at idle, my loap is pretty good, and with headers, the thin pipe lets off some tick noises.
so I would need to basicly match the speed of the rocker with my hand and a screwdriver?
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Codi:
John....are the lifters hydralic or solids? At what RPM does it make noise? If it's hydralic, and teh RPM's are not real high, try this. Try to isolate which bank it is on. Pull the valve cover on that bank and using a long screwdriver, push down on each rocker (at the pushrod) hard. This will collapse the lifter and make it clatter. When you only hear one lifter, that is the problem cylinder. It's not the cleanest method, but it does work. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
[This message has been edited by 67electro (edited 08-16-2002).]