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Old 21-01-2007   #1
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Camshaft question please.

I have seen on this forum somewhere, reference to the part numbers for the standard 999FIRE camshaft and the 999FIRE camshaft used on the engines fitted to the 4X4 models.

Assuming that I have two camshafts ( one of each ) is there anything on them or about them, which would confirm which is which ?
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Re: Camshaft question please.

If you had two, one of each, the one with the larger cam lobes should be the 4x4 one....
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If you had two, one of each, the one with the larger cam lobes should be the 4x4 one....
Hi Richard ie Urchin pointed out to me that the 4x4 cam has it stamped on the cam shaft between two cams easy to spot he did a head up for me off a 11000cc auto that had a 4x4 cam fitted
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Re: Camshaft question please.

Thank you both very much for the confirmation.
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Re: Camshaft question please.

yeah, it's stamped on the cam. it cleared up the question of what cam is fitted fairly quickly.
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Hi Richard ie Urchin pointed out to me that the 4x4 cam has it stamped on the cam shaft between two cams easy to spot he did a head up for me off a 11000cc auto that had a 4x4 cam fitted
ooohh, was there a difference in performance once the 4x4 cam was fitted?
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Quote Originally Posted by allen fletcher View Post
Hi Richard ie Urchin pointed out to me that the 4x4 cam has it stamped on the cam shaft between two cams easy to spot he did a head up for me off a 11000cc auto that had a 4x4 cam fitted
must have been good performance for the size of engine 11 litres!! (see quote above)
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must have been good performance for the size of engine 11 litres!! (see quote above)
they can be a bit of a handful the autos
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