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Used CIS "S" Cams

Set of used CIS S cams. Pictures upon request. I think these are from around 1976, from the 2.7 era. They are not the same grind as the earlier "S" grind.
$100 plus shipping (which is about $35 UPS)
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Old 07-27-2019, 07:49 PM
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Hi, do you know if these cams can be used with a carb set up?
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They can but there is not a lot of benefit. Carbs will have the same hp as using cis.
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Three or four journal...
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I believe these are 3 journal cams. As I recently moved, they are currently packed away in a box, at the movers warehouse.
rag101, as stated by bgyglfr, they are not much of an upgrade for carb use. I would shop for an MFI S or Solex grind for carb use.
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Do you have some pictures?
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