Triumph Spitfire Camshaft and Distributor Drive

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Camshaft runs directly in 'original' cylinder block - does not require cam bearing set
£170.00 ex VAT£204.00 inc UK VAT
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£170.00 ex VAT£204.00 inc UK VAT
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Camshaft runs directly in (original) cylinder block. Does not require bearing set.
£108.00 ex VAT£129.60 inc UK VAT
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Camshaft runs directly in (original) cylinder block. Does not require bearing set.

1 Camshaft Recon - Part No. RKC3305R
£92.00 ex VAT£110.40 inc UK VAT
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  • Timing: Inlet 30-70 Exhaust 70-30
  • Duration: 280°
  • Lift: 0.270”
  • Installation Figure 108°
  • Valve Clearnces: Inlet 0.014” Exhaust 0.015”
This profile is best used with Webers and is recommended for a more "open road" application, where the engine is allowed to 'Rev' more. It will produce 105/110 BHP at 5,500 RPM, but allow for a loss of low speed torque with improved power from 2,900 RPM upwards.

Please Note: This camshaft is ground by Kent Cams but to an exclusive bespoke profile that they do not catalogue.
Out of stock, expected soon Sep 01, 2021. Add to cart and Back Order
£217.50 ex VAT£261.00 inc UK VAT
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£2.24 ex VAT£2.69 inc UK VAT
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Note: Refer to the factory workshop manual for details on using these gaskets as shims to set gear & float.
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Triumph Spitfire Camshaft and Distributor Drive
Camshaft Bearings & Cylinder Blocks Original Block Specification Mk1 camshafts ran directly in the cylinder block, as did early Mk2’s up to engine number FC61022. Cylinder blocks for Mk2’s (from FC61023), all Mk3’s and early MkIV’s (to FH25000E), had enlarged drillings in the cylinder block to accept replaceable camshaft bearings (part No RL1495), though the camshaft journals remained the same diameter. Late MkIV (from FH25001E) and all 1500’s had revised cylinder blocks allowing the camshaft to run directly in the block without the use of bearings.

Review: Alan Kilby Submitted: 16/06/2020

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Triumph Spitfire 1500