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Hi guys, I'm building a 2.7 with e-cams and webers.Here's the problem: cams have the extention on the back end for mfi gear and are too long for my housings,Can I cut the extentions off flush with back side of that bearing so they fit?Thanks,T.C.
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Just punch out the back of the cam carrier, then install the MFI cam drive seal. No wierd modification needed, and the seal is only a few dollars.
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Thanks Tim,T.C.
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You'll also need to either swap out your back plate tin for that side of the motor with the MFI version or cut a hole for the extension to go through.

Better yet. Put a pulley on that cam and install MFI induction.
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