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Posted: Sat Dec 04, 2004 8:05 am 
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Yep Thats what I said
I've been known to confuse people




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Posted: Mon Dec 06, 2004 9:34 am 
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twr7cx wrote:
Can't see why anyone would buy a new one when the Regrinds are around the $150.00 mark!

I had a reground Wade cam (1004 / 110) at it was great, then i went to somthing a bit more potent (modified 1521a) so i HAD to get a new billet... it was either that ot have my rockers machined so they'd sit lower...

If the cam you are getting isn't too wild, then a regrind is definately the way to go, but it reaches a point where you need to get a new billet.

Posted: Mon Dec 06, 2004 11:08 am 
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cogdoc wrote:
I was of the impression a billet cam didn't require shims, maintaining the standard cam "circumference", this being the main benefit???

Can we clear up something. Standard EA - EL engines run shims. Billet cams also need shims but not extra shims or thicker shims as is the case for a reground cam. The billet cams however still need to run the standard shims.

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