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on: April 12, 2021, 06:21:07 pm
I am visiting my cam grinder this summer.

I try to take as many UCE cams as possible, to weld and regrind.

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Reply #1 on: April 15, 2021, 02:44:58 am
I am visiting my cam grinder this summer.

I try to take as many UCE cams as possible, to weld and regrind.
I guess you're offering to bring sets from other forum members and have them given a longer duration grind along with the ones that you sell?

These will be the same grind that you showed here?  https://forum.classicmotorworks.com/index.php?topic=30404.msg360370#msg360370

I would need to provide a 571164 intake and a 570309 exhaust cam?  Is welding up the auto-decomp trough included?  How much you think the service will cost?

Also, you mentioned the manifold you make, and I recall you discussing it with another member, but I'm having trouble finding the thread(s).  Can you direct me to that discussion, or talk more about what it is and what it does?  I see a picture here, (https://forum.classicmotorworks.com/index.php?topic=30348.msg359125#msg359125) but I recall more talk about it in another thread?


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Reply #2 on: April 15, 2021, 11:34:40 am
I was just looking for take offs .  I am tired of buying new from India.

I am surprised that the 500/535  UCE owners don't realize that their bikes come with 350 cams.

I include welding in my price. The cams are too hard to leave that trough open.

The Fin FI manifold is designed to create a vortex and activate the ethanol.  When used with reg. E-10 it

adds about 2 hp but it's the drive ability that I like..   Why spend $ on octane you don't need??

High octane fuel in a low compression engine overheats the poor quality exhaust valve and leads to failure.


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Reply #3 on: April 15, 2021, 02:38:34 pm
I guess you're offering to bring sets from other forum members and have them given a longer duration grind along with the ones that you sell?

These will be the same grind that you showed here?  https://forum.classicmotorworks.com/index.php?topic=30404.msg360370#msg360370

I would need to provide a 571164 intake and a 570309 exhaust cam?  Is welding up the auto-decomp trough included?  How much you think the service will cost?

Maybe Eicher Motors should pick up the tab?   Who would knowingly buy a 500/535 in America with 350 cams ?????

Also, you mentioned the manifold you make, and I recall you discussing it with another member, but I'm having trouble finding the thread(s).  Can you direct me to that discussion, or talk more about what it is and what it does?  I see a picture here, (https://forum.classicmotorworks.com/index.php?topic=30348.msg359125#msg359125) but I recall more talk about it in another thread?


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Reply #4 on: April 15, 2021, 07:55:50 pm
Maybe Eicher Motors should pick up the tab for grinding 500 cams

Who would knowingly buy a 500/535 with 350 cams.

Did they tell you when you bought your new bike ??