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750 peteSun Jan-01-06 05:52 PM

  
"dunstall 810"


  

          

does anyone know if you can use the factory push rods when you are installing an dunstall 810 kit( iv'e got the cylinders lifters pistons and rings)

  

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dynodaveySun Jan-01-06 06:25 PM

  
#1. "RE: dunstall 810"
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Norton factory pushrods would not work on (dunstall) BSA style lifters.
You would need a cup on BOTH ends.
The length will depend on the specific cam/lift profile that you intend to use. Some real dunstall 810 kits came with milled heads and reangled intakes. This also affected the length.

  

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750peteSun Jan-01-06 07:13 PM

  
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the lifters i have with the 810 kit have cups in\on them like the factory norton ones i guess my real issue is push rod length

  

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TheFribTue Jan-03-06 08:10 AM

  
#3. "RE: dunstall 810"
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Pete, you are skating on thin ice using that 810 kit unless it has been re-sleeved and fitted with thicker sleeves. The stock sleeves were notorious for cracking and destroying your motor!!!

  

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