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Old 09-13-2018, 02:51 PM
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Brand new Comp Cams billet hydraulic roller cam 525EFI clone with DUI distributor. Iím trying to figure out what gear I currently have, or I guess the best option is the composite unit?


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What is the part# of the cam ?
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Part# 01-446-8w

It says that itís a pressed on cast gear on the cam.
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Originally Posted by Baja Rooster View Post
Part# 01-446-8w

It says that itís a pressed on cast gear on the cam.
If that is the case then a stock gear will work fine. I prefer to replace them when going with a new camshaft.
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Originally Posted by BillK View Post
If that is the case then a stock gear will work fine. I prefer to replace them when going with a new camshaft.
A hardened steel gear, correct?
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Originally Posted by Baja Rooster View Post
Part# 01-446-8w

It says that itís a pressed on cast gear on the cam.
Thanks, that's why I asked. Stock cast iron gear will suffice. Cam has same gear a flat tappet cam could have.
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Thanks all. The one question I had was does this look like a cast gear or steel?
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