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Old 09-23-2022, 03:21 PM
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Default K241 Camshaft?

I am doing a rebuild on my k241. Has anyone seen a camshaft like the one I have? The ACR stuff in on the outside making it difficult to install.

Any tips for this style of cam?
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This is a pre ACR cam used on the early k series. It is two piece style that used spark timing rather than compression relief to aid starting. Early K series manuals have the process to install.
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This style cam was used on early production 100s. I believe you can swap a newer style K series camshaft and do away with this antique.
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Thanks Delta
I think that is what I will do. I was hoping to get the motor going sooner rather than later. I looked up the spec on Partstree and noticed that was the first one.

K241AS SN 944711 Spec 46280C

I will look for a more modern one.
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