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Default Paid Hammer, Parts Are In The Mail

Converting from turbo Sporty to geezer ride.
Check is in the mail, no, the parts are in the mail from HAmmer Performance. Edit: After posting received tracking info, yippee!!
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Converting from turbo Sporty to geezer ride.
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They 'touched up" the heads.
Cams
Clutch plates and +spring
Bits and pieces. Got 2 1/2 Patriot Defenders.
Might do one more thing but I dither, enough information?
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Cams?

Please tell which

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These http://hammerperf.com/newproducts.sh...khammer570cams
Saving up for a set of 1275 cylinders and flat tops.
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https://photos.app.goo.gl/2fEgvJfSeyGPR6jV9
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Heads are a woik of art. Competition valve job. Beautiful!
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What size valves?
7mm
1.81 Intake
1.575 Exhaust
Beehive springs 550 lift
Striker Performance 7mm valve spring kit

Parts matter no doubt.
That head has 35k +/- turbo miles, that valve job makes those heads look good.
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