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Help with camshaft identification please

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1 Help with camshaft identification please on 23rd July 2016, 8:18 pm

DRC

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Hi guys I have lifted my cam cover as I have no idea which shafts are fitted . Not I have lots of marking and numbers but can't find out what they are so here are the pictures



Looks like LD




This was stamped on the exhaust just back from the gear



And this was on the intake again behind the gear. 

This is all the marking I could see. I hope someone can help with these.

If I find out I will post up my findings

Thanks in advance.

DRC

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I'm going for Jim wolf cams as there is a 53j on there. 
Well at least I think so

DRC

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This is it. If anyone con confirm

4 Re: Help with camshaft identification please on 23rd July 2016, 10:45 pm

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I couldnt find any info on it scratch


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5 Re: Help with camshaft identification please on 23rd July 2016, 11:10 pm

shroom

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Not heard of jim wolf cams for the Pulsar before.

Pic of some stock ones I had









DRC

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Thanks for the pics . The only markings I can see are the ones pictured and also the "53j ".
If any only else can chip in to confirm .
Cheers

shroom

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Our engine is a 54c the 53j is a different sr20det?

shroom

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Our engine is a 54c the 53j is a different sr20det?

DRC

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In all honesty I'm hoping they are stock cams or as close to stock as possible , maybe I will look at Nissan part numbers and see if they tally up with any numbers on the cams .
Shroom thanks for your input.

Dan

10 Re: Help with camshaft identification please on 24th July 2016, 8:08 pm

shroom

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No problem Dan im not really an expert on them tbh just what I have read. I know if you google 53j then it comes up with difference between that sr20det and ours but who knows!

11 Re: Help with camshaft identification please on 24th July 2016, 9:22 pm

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Standard pulsar cams for some reason got 53j stamped on them... Some companies just regrind standard cams to different profile (Jun JW and some Kelfords I believe) so you might have one of them, How to confirm I don't know sorry...

Jim Wolf cams... http://www.jimwolftechnology.com/customer_part_detail.asp?PartID=6


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12 Re: Help with camshaft identification please on 24th July 2016, 10:05 pm

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Gostek wrote:Standard pulsar cams for some reason got 53j stamped on them... Some companies just regrind standard cams to different profile (Jun JW and some Kelfords I believe) so you might have one of them, How to confirm I don't know sorry...

Jim Wolf cams... http://www.jimwolftechnology.com/customer_part_detail.asp?PartID=6

Good to know!

Can be a bit of a minefield then im glad my HKS cams have HKS stamped on them lol

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