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post #1 of 5 Old 04-06-2006, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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If you degree the stock exhaust cam at 102 using the elongated holes in the cam gear, would it throw the cam sensor off? There is a nipple on the exhaust cam that I believe is the cam sensor. Let me know if I'm wrong.


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No you are o.k. as long as you have piston to valve clearance.
Yes the nipple trigers the sensor.


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I just did mine. It run's fine, it did not throw the cam sensor off. You are correct the "nipple" on the exhaust cam is what makes contact with the cam sensor.
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Thanks guys. I just wanted to be sure before the motor went back in and it didn't run.


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Just make sure everything has clearance!

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