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Old 05-01-2020, 11:08 AM   #151
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This is a great camshaft list for the pushrod, OHV B18 and B20 motors, but it has very good information explaining camshafts as well! Take a look to learn some.

http://www.1800philes.com/ianr/_supe...nWDgSMLj8qHAfI
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Old 05-07-2020, 07:27 PM   #152
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I'll draw up a version where people can fork off copies of it. I think that may be difficult right now because there is a component that relies on a custom script. I also want to add something to account for different valve clearances.
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100,000 views. I guess you guys find this at least interesting, if not useful. Thanks!
I wonder how many are mine... Maybe 10,000?
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Old 05-17-2020, 09:14 AM   #153
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lol yeah you and me both. Talk about padding my stats...

Anyway, there are a couple additions, and I've gone through all the sheets again and made a couple clerical corrections, now shown in red. We also completely remeasured the K but it's essentially the same, with the exception of very low lift figures 0.001 and 0.005. We found only a couple degrees variation, within the tolerance of the tools we're working with. Why remeasure? I had to replace my dial indicator and wanted to compare.

I will say that in review, some of our "Intake lift at TDC" figures were not correct. On those that were not, I entered the value we recorded on our paper sheets with any notes. Again, if they were corrected, they're in red. Given that we here don't really use that figure, it shouldn't cause too much stir but thought I should be up front.
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