Cam info

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Cam info

Postby slowerthantime » 09 May 2017 14:03

Can anyone help me identify this cam? Thanks.
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Re: Cam info

Postby 510rob » 09 May 2017 18:29

Perhaps an Electramotive L3? Partially by the back end markings, partially by the completely obliterated base circle. It must have about .580 lift at the valve, or somewhere around there.

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Re: Cam info

Postby RMS » 09 May 2017 19:02

those adjuster looks pretty jacked.. hows the swipe on those rockers? would a lift like that require new valve springs every 1000 miles ?
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Re: Cam info

Postby slowerthantime » 09 May 2017 22:20

Did some digging. Electramotive Engineering sold to Nissan and became Nissan Performance in 1990...you guys probably know all that. So I took a look at the 1990 performance catalogue. If the Nismo L3 is the same animal as the Electramotive L3; it lists as part # 99996-D1019 with .620" lift/ 300 degrees

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Re: Cam info

Postby 510wizard » 10 May 2017 08:56

You aren't driving that on the street!


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