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P3 and B10 cams with small valve 1000? and some other ?'s


Just got it firing!
Apr 22, 2014
G'day all,
just in the process of rebuilding the 1000sp engine, and have been looking at a few things to perk it up. got a set of 36mm's for it, and was going to go with a B10 cam, but would like to know if the P3 is a viable option. Also looking at a lighter flywheel, and was considering a Ram clutch/flywheel assy but have heard mixed reviews, what other options would people recommend, Lemans 1 or 2 setup? one more little question, when running the sump spacer, is it recommended to add a baffle plate as well?

Cheers guys

john zibell

Staff member
GT di Razza Pura
Oct 28, 2008
Huntsville, AL
The lightened flywheel will give you a noticeable improvement. As for cams, I'm not sure if you would see the bang for the buck . You will be better served with a stock type clutch.


Tuned and Synch'ed
GT Contributor
Nov 5, 2013
Bartlesville, OK
I have a question about the B10's.... Is there someplace to purchase a new one ? All I seem to find are regrinds, and they seem to be quite expensive for reground cams, with core.

I would rather have a new one at that price. Any ideas folks ?