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Old 01-27-2014, 09:13 PM
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Default What is the cam number on a 525 Efi cam?

Does anyone have a 525 cam laying around that they could check the numbers on for me?
Bought one from a fellow member and just want to verify it is actually a 525efi cam before buying another one.

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32 8M0043065 CAMSHAFT 2409-840919T 5 $1,082.09

from BAM. would have to check serial number of motor, not sure if they are different. There are a few diff serial number runs listed for the 525.

BAM marine website.
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The Crane # is 16HR00004. 236, 244 @ .050; .610", .632"; 114 lsa
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Thanks launchpad, are those the actual numbers stamped on the cam? That's what I am trying to compare.
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i recomend giving bob madera a call,he will be able to give you the info you are looking for.
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If it's used, did you get the lifters with it and are they in the order they came out of the engine?
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Originally Posted by Rattlesnake Jake
If it's used, did you get the lifters with it and are they in the order they came out of the engine?
This doesn't answer my question and I really don't need your opinion on re-using used cams with or without the same lifters in lobe order. Please stick to the question at hand if you want to participate.
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oops RBESOLA already posted up the info.
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Numbers on my cam are.
0888 02G1A
on the end is etched 33-02
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