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BLE Products Offers Solid Lifter Conversion Kits

Solid valvetrains yield horsepower.  However, until now, the benefits of solid lifter high-performance OHC engines were not available to the Dodge truck enthusiast. Miami-based motorsports company, BLE Products, has introduced the race-proven BLE Solid Lifter Conversions to the hard-core Dodge truck performance enthusiasts.

The BLE Solid Lifters remedy a major concern in the Dodge truck performance world and are now available for the 4.7L and 3.7L Dodge engines, found in many Dodge vehicles, including the Dodge Ram, Dakota and Durango.  Each BLE Solid Lifter Conversion Kit replaces the factory hydraulic lifters and comes with all necessary hardware for a straightforward installation.  These Conversion Kits are perfect for anyone upgrading the factory valvetrain and/or camshafts in their OHC Dodge truck engine.

BLE Performance, a performance parts manufacturer offering Solid Lifter Conversion applications for many of today’s modern OHC-technology engines has expanded its solid lash adjuster offerings.  Other, previously released Dodge applications available include the Dodge Neon, SRT-4 and the Stealth TT. 

• Made from premium 8620 Aerospace Steel 
• Manufactured to exact OEM dimensions and work with the factory rocker arms
• Increased HP & valvetrain control at high RPM 
• Fully adjustable lash- No need for shims (even with reground camshafts)
• Hardened and treated for maximum durability 
• Black oxide chemically coated for lubricity and anti-galling 
• Controlled lubrication to the rocker arm
• Eliminates valve float and the dreaded “lifter tic”         

In addition to the Dodge applications listed above, BLE Solid Lifters are also available for Ford Modular engines, Mitsubishi Evolution, 3000GT, 4G63 Eclipse, 420A, Nissan SR20, GM Ecotech, Cadillac and GMC Engines. 

For more information, visit or contact BLE Products at 13192 SW 130 Terrace Suite 106, Miami, FL 33186; call (305)-221-1017 or email [email protected] for application and other BLE Products details.      

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