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Camshafts Twins?
#771720 04/21/19 10:01 pm
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Greetings all!
Most likely this has been discussed, but in a senior moment, I'll ask again. I am trying to find and sort through a matching pair of decent camshafts to send to Swaintech for coating and I am have become confused by the factory markings. I have some simply labeled "In & Ex" , others, "In-1" and " Ex- 2" and 1pair with nothing at all! Were there ever an Ex-1 or IN-2 ever produced by the factory? I am also searching for the elusive intake sprocket marked "A" for comparison to the Standard... I had a service bulletin on this at some point but seem to have temporarily misplaced it... Geesh! Any info appreciated. I know Hitch' has 3 grinds available. Has anyone tried them on this forum?



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Re: Camshafts Twins?
Bigtwin #771857 04/23/19 2:08 pm
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Apparently the RE cam thing is sort of confusing, but here's some information that NZ George sent out on the Interceptor forum.

The intake cam sprocket marked A as far as I know was for racing, and probably a rare find.
Good luck.
Tom Oil

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