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Hello All,

I have started my next CAD model. Anyone have a view on the crank/cam distances and the forward lean angle of R3 and T160 cylinder blocks?

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Hi Steven,
Originally Posted by Steven A
forward lean angle of R3 and T160 cylinder blocks?
15 degrees.

Hth.

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