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> Subject: Re: [Healeys] BN1 camshaft bearings
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> Noel, Camshaft bearings are not made in other than the "standard" size.
> Get a
> another cam.
> Richard Mayor
> BN7L-466 Vintage Racer
> Portland, Oregon
> > Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 14:11:37 +1000
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
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> > Subject: [Healeys] BN1 camshaft bearings
> > I am restoring a 1954 BN1 and my engine rebuilder advised me I need 10
> > thou under cam bearings as the cam journals have about 8 thou wear and
> > require grinding, I can only find standard bearing sets listed with the
> > usual suppliers but I believe oversize bearings are made somewhere, can
> > anyone help with a supplier?
Not only should you get another cam, but you might seriously consider
getting a LeMans-spec cam. Roger Moment has fitted one to his BN1 and is very
pleased with the additional power and responsiveness due to the better
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