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    Re: rebuild time

    Water in the oil. There's about a million ways for it to get in there including condensation, but MY biggest problem with it has been caused by too much coolant pressure from the pump. You'll need to get everything magged and checked for cracks then checked for flatness and straight when you take it all to the machine shop. Forensic tear downs....I love 'em! lol
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    i think it was because of to much pressure because for some reason the valve was almost all the way open . when we first put it in the water i put the valve 1/3 to 1/2 way open.

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    Re: rebuild time

    Quote Originally Posted by millerboy74 View Post
    i think it was because of to much pressure because for some reason the valve was almost all the way open . when we first put it in the water i put the valve 1/3 to 1/2 way open.

    I zip tie all my controls and in hull accesses to water.
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    thats all shavings on my finger
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    That's FUGLY Stuff there! Is it Iron? check it with a magnet, if it is, I bet the cam lost a lobe.
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    would a speaker magnet work it stuck to that like no tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78_Tahiti View Post
    That's FUGLY Stuff there! Is it Iron? check it with a magnet, if it is, I bet the cam lost a lobe.

    X2. Or cam gear on the block face. But that shouldn't be unless the cam thrust is WAY outta there! (Eeeek) Looks pretty course.
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    so there is a good chance that the cam is gone i take it? if so are there way to figure out what cam is in it?

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