its at the full lineHow much oil do you have in the crankcase? I sure hear a LOT of valve chatter! LOL Congrats on getting it running and I hope you get it unstuck soon.
Sinking is the wrong term. They are hydraulic lifters meaning that there is an inner and outer member and oil is trapped between them and the inner member is pushed out by the oil taking up any slack in the valve train. When an engine is not used for a long time, the valve spring pressure on the open valves pushes that oil out leaving excess slack in the system. It takes a while to refill the lifters so the valve train noise is very loud until they refill (usually 5 to 15 minutes) and excess RPM can damage the lifter or cam surface during that time.ive bypassed the trucks wireing just have one from the ground one to the starter and one to the coil and one i use for ingaging the starter
thanks for the filter suggestions
lifters sink? doesnt the cam just turn them in the head?