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Old 02-17-2012, 07:29 PM   #1
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What kind of cam is this

Im trying to find out what kind of cams i have one i took out one from a 1989 mark vii and the other someone gave me and said it was a good cam and no other info on it the one out of the 89 had a z8 or 8z on it and the other one had a TE
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Re: What kind of cam is this

Don't know from those numbers.Anything on the ends?
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The 89 had 2111 dc the other didn't have marks but a little one that looked like 1and 7
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Re: What kind of cam is this

Search turned up nothing for any of the numbers or letters you found.

I have to assume that those are just stock engine camshafts.

You can use this picture and measure the camshaft lobes to get an idea of lobe lift if you want.
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With the cam still in and heads off u could measure lobe lift.of possibly if u had a fixture or even Chuck it up in a lathe.u can use a dial indicator.you could also measure lobe seperation with the same process using a degree wheel.
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