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Old 12-06-2007, 09:27 PM   #1
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Motor I bought out of a totaled car has Dial ur boost MPS, water pump under drive, balance shaft removed,egr delete, pistons appear to be coated. What will tell you if they are diamond pistons looking from the underside?

All Stamped on the cam:
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B 5833
33-125
33-145

Pistons have 23523B and A348 A7 on them

Any ideas guys?
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Cam also has HR stamped on it in addition to other markings.
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any pics off this stuff?
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I'm thinking that must be a Comp Cams cam...try calling them or contacting vendors.
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The 116+2 I think represents 116 LSA, and 110 ICL (i.e., +2 vs 112 stock)

With that LSA, this suggests you have a turbo cam.

Got calipers? Measure the lobe heights and you could probably ID which "stage".
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That'* awesome how you have an XP cam! Are you going to use it?
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