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GlassCutter

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Re: "Flat tappet Camshafts .vs. Roller Cams ."
« Reply #25 on: December 27, 2008, 04:40:43 PM »
LMAO, or better yet, "when your back is hot and oily!"   ;D

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povertyjet

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Re: "Flat tappet Camshafts .vs. Roller Cams ."
« Reply #26 on: December 27, 2008, 06:31:21 PM »
Here is an interesting option you might be interested in.  You send them your cam and lifters..., and they break it in simulating your setup.  Fee is $60.00 for a 30 minute break-in

http://www.camresearchcorp.com/


Also this ZDDP is probably the best additive to increase zinc levels to your favorite flavor oil...(low zinc in todays oil is the main reason cams fail soon after break-in)


http://www.cam-shield.com/acatalog/How_to_use.html

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