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Camshaft position

July 29 2012 at 7:29 AM
Brotherdon  (Login UNVme2)
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When the #1 is a TDC what cylinder is at max lift?

 
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Intake or Exhaust

July 29 2012, 8:31 AM 

I am only guessing but I would expect that two cylinders would be at or near their peak lift at that point possibly #4 intake and #7 exhaust. Someone else will have to provde the definitive answer.

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Bobby Spears
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Re: Intake or Exhaust

July 29 2012, 8:37 AM 

If you are talking about which piston,it is #6.

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At TDC on comp. or ex ?

July 29 2012, 11:02 AM 

At Ex, the #1 int & ex valves are both at max lift....On Comp,the #6 are at max lift ....

 
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Larry H
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Re: camshaft position

July 29 2012, 7:47 PM 

If you're asking which valves are wide open, when #1 piston is @ tdc, on the compression stroke, exh on #3 and int on #2.

 
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