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Hi guys,

Building a '55 T110 bobber from a set of fleaBay matching # cases and frame. Had a seized '58 T110 motor knocking about that I assume the previous owner had stored in a swamp. Finally got the cases apart to get at the crank and cams and the cams don't match each other. I've got a E3134 and a E3325 B1. As I understand, the 3134 was the 'hot' and the 3325 the fast touring cam. My questions for the sage and mighty are as follows:

1. Why would you put different cams in for exhaust and inlet?
2. The profiles are very similar, the 3134 has slightly more lift - best used on the inlet?
3. Am I best just getting another 3134 instead so they match?

Thanks in advance.

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