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There are 4 seals in this cam/pump setup:
1) The paper gasket on the end of the cam box.
2) An oil seal that is driven into the face of the scavage pump/smog pulley housing that screws to the cam box which rides on the cam drive. The cam drive has the smog pulley bolted to it and the smog pulley bolts are what spins the scavage pump drive. This seal, along with the gasket keeps oil from the rear cam bearing from leaking out.
3) A small oil seal on the scavage pump drive that keeps oil that is inside the scavage pump from leaking out on the drive stub.
4) An o-ring inside the scavage pump itself.

The OEM top-end gasket kit for a 930 includes ALL of these seals - I'll offer that it's important to replace all of them if you have any leaks in this area, as it's difficult to really tell what is not holding oil.... I'm sure Pelican will sell them ala carte, but you may need to call vs. order online.

Pat Kelley
Old 04-17-2007, 06:39 AM
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