IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to the COVID related issues your order may take longer than usual to arrive.   Read More
We have detected you're not on the correct site for the car you have selected! Click the green button below to go to the correct site.
Select your car: 
BMW Mini Cooper
Select
Sprite and Midget Engine Camshaft Follower Lifter

Sprite and Midget Engine Camshaft Follower Lifter

Sprite and Midget Engine Camshaft Follower Lifter
Qty:
In Stock
Internet Price $4.95
Part No: 2A13
In Stock
Internet Price $4.95
Alternate Products
Sprite and Midget Sprite Mg Midget Cam Followers Lifter Light Ms Set Of 8
$49.95 Sprite and Midget Sprite Mg Midget Cam Followers Lifter Light Ms Set Of 8
Sprite and Midget Sprite Mg Midget-lifters, Cam Followers, Isky Style-set Of 8
$59.95 Sprite and Midget Sprite Mg Midget-lifters, Cam Followers, Isky Style-set Of 8

Never, ever replace a camshaft without installing new lifters. Even though you might not see any wear, the lifter face is very complex. The surface is not flat, it is actually convex, which promotes a spinning action as the follower rolls around the camshaft. The result is that the followers actually wear into and is profiled by the specific camshaft. New lifters on an old camshaft can also prolong the life of the shaft!

The dome shape of the bottom of the lifter is intended to keep the lifter rotating as it goes up and down. New lifters should be used any time a cam is replaced or reground. New lifters can even prolong the life of your favorite old cam. This is the stock follower and weighs 46.1 grams. Fits all A-series blocks regardless of size for Classic Mini, Sprite, Midget, and Morris Minor.

Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Related Technical Articles:
Classic Mini Cooper Intake & Exhaust Valves & Cam Followers - 30
Created: January 03, 2019
Standard Production & Competition Valves for all Classic Mini cylinder heads available in sizes to fit. Over-sized options with various collet designs will suite every need. Cam followers both stock, High Performance or race versions are also available.
BMC A-Series Valve train - Setting valve clearances (lash)
Created: September 30, 2004
A question that has cropped up frequently on the message board lately, and one that I do not ever recall having been set down in print in any magazines, is that of how to decide what the valve clearances should be when changing from the standard rocker gear to higher-lift options. So I thought I wo...
Customer Reviews
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Recently Viewed Items