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pete j

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engine number
« on: 06.01. 2007 21:17 »
My 1960 GF has HC after the engine number but has iron head single carb. does HC mean high cam??
Anybody know???

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Re: engine number
« Reply #1 on: 06.01. 2007 21:22 »
Pete, HC = high compression

pete j

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Re: engine number
« Reply #2 on: 07.01. 2007 12:33 »
Thanks,I first thought that also, but read somewhere that High compression was exclusive to the alloy head.

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Re: engine number
« Reply #3 on: 09.01. 2007 22:58 »
I have a set of blown crankcases imported from USA, BA10 plunger type, which are stamped HC. As a matter of interest, the crank had a triplex sprocket on it as used on Super Flash. Trevor.