posted July 02, 2004 07:13 AM
It more than likely flattened the lobe too,if you don't mind changing it out you could try a new lifter on it and see if it will live..you wouldn't be out anything but a new lifter.I bet it will go ahead and eat it again tho.
posted July 02, 2004 11:35 AM
Ya, I'll go with the cam being junk too.
Might be an issue with coilbind on the springs and/or retainer-guide clearance. To go in 100 miles, even a badly broke in cam will normally make it past that.
Are any of the others worn abnormally?
posted July 02, 2004 11:45 AM
Nope all the others look great, just that one. I will probably go ahead and change cam and lifters, I was just looking for second opinions befroe doing so.
posted July 02, 2004 07:05 PM
Lack of lifter rotation? Check the lifter bore and offset to the cam lobe(core shift?)