New camshaft for the 240z


It has been sometime since I have been on here so jus a quick recap. I have been getting rid of some parts I collected over the years. I felt they needed to be used by those people that would use them. So I did sell the triple mikuni carbs to Wolf Creek Racing through ebay. Ironically a few months prior I bought New Old Stock carbs from him and if one were to consider the amount I sold mine for, I virtually got his for a steal as it,also came with a manifold and air horns. That will be for another post in the future (near I hope).

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That is the cam I sold and did so as my car is not a L28 nor has the con-rods to sustain 8000rpm + to use it. So to a new home it went. The specs were quite awesome to say the least and it was still sealed from Schneider, so the new owner should be happy with that.

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You can see on the cam card it is a Schneider 300f cam and the lift own it is quite high, especially if I were to use it on a L24.

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Posted on August 4, 2013, in 240z Project and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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