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Originally Posted by citrus View Post
This motor has less than 7000 miles on a jerry woods rebuild (not that it matters)
John...truth is we don't really know how many miles are on the build. The receipts compared to the odometer seem to indicate very few, but its beyond easy to change out the speedo, or just unplug it for that matter. The hosed p&c's and the shagged condition of the clutch disc/flywheel may point to more miles than you think (not that it matters).

Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
If they are 964 cams new or used they would have had a power steering pump drive on the passenger side cam and it would have been cut off, leaving a machine mark on the end so it would fit in your 930 cam tower because there is a freeze plug pressed into the hole in the end of the cam tower and your engine oil cooler is right behind it.
Jim, his cam has the power steering drive machined off. The scavenge pump arrangement is also unique, and there is a billet aluminum piece off the back of the cam instead of the air injection pump drive pulley that has a magnet in it for a camshaft position sensor.
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