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11-08-2010 01:22 AM
kc8oye no problem.
11-08-2010 01:20 AM
theg I see . That explains why 1/2 hours searching the net I couldnt find anything on running in rollers but plenty on flat tappets .
11-08-2010 01:15 AM
kc8oye Roller cam's have no 'run-in' like a flat lifter.

Basically just fire it up and drive it. generally avoid driving a steady speed or full throttle use for the first few miles.. but give it some throttle as you need a bit of cylinder pressure to seat the rings.
change the oil and filter after 50 miles and give 'er hell.
11-08-2010 01:01 AM
SBC camshaft running in

Any tips for first time start up of a new solid roller cam and valvetrain . Thanks all

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