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Well all looks well the bottum of the skirts look to have a little wear from the metal that went through - but it will be fine for the rest of the season.

cam is not bad - will ship it and lifters out friday mourning, all the mains and rod bearing look awsome - so the filter did its job....

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Glad to hear Badnotch, its always nice when its not as bad as you thought it would be!!

Hope your back in action soon!!

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Glad to hear that the bottom end is A-OK. You have too catch a break once i a while!!!
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Gerry,

Good to hear it looks pretty good inside,are you sending the cam and lifters to Comp Cams?If you are let me know what they charge to bebuild the Roller Lifters.

Thanks Mark.
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$ 125 to weld and recut the cam and re heat treat it

$ 11.55 per lifter to rebuild each lifter
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Well all looks well the bottum of the skirts look to have a little wear from the metal that went through - but it will be fine for the rest of the season.

cam is not bad - will ship it and lifters out friday mourning, all the mains and rod bearing look awsome - so the filter did its job....

Man im so HAPPY
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$ 125 to weld and recut the cam and re heat treat it

$ 11.55 per lifter to rebuild each lifter


weld and recut a cam ................. i must be educated on this one .... that sounds scarey Gerry


Do you have any pics of your tear down ??



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weld and recut a cam ................. i must be educated on this one .... that sounds scarey Gerry


Do you have any pics of your tear down ??
You "rebuild" the worn down lobe with more metal, ie-filler rod, and then you have to recut the lobe back to its original size. This then leads to the cam needing a heat treat from the heat of welding. Same thing happens when you offset stroke a crank with a different bearing diameter, or repair a crank journal that is scored and can't be turned down any farther, but is otherwise usable.

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Gerry,

Thanks i hope to send mine out early in the spring to have them rebuilt.I put them in my motor in 2007 i figure it wouldn't hurt to have them rebuilt.

Later Mark.
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mark its got to alot about spring pressure - with the 2.35 intake valve i got and 330 spring pressure it takes a toll on rollers plus i put 200 miles on it last year and that aint good for it either
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Gerry,

I probably have 500 miles or more on mine only about 6 1/4 mile passes.But my spring pressure is not as much as yours,mine are only 225 lbs. closed and 555 lbs. open.

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mark its got to alot about spring pressure - with the 2.35 intake valve i got and 330 spring pressure it takes a toll on rollers plus i put 200 miles on it last year and that aint good for it either
330 spring presure, I assume thats on the seat(closed). how big is your cam? Or if thats the open presure, how small is it?

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now you know im not gonna tell you all that chucky and mark im making a little bit more power than you
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now you know im not gonna tell you all that chucky and mark im making a little bit more power than you
Ok fine, be like that. You want to keep secrets like Bruno Very well than I know its got to be up there.

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