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Re: A15 cam bearings
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Thanks for the pic DD. I only see one oil passage. Not sure why the bearing has two holes.

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The old road car has a 1.6gt engine but the body is gone i bought the 75 to get all my old cars parts into they have wicked power in them lol i love datsuns till i drove a ta22

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A22 celica is the most awesome little coupe. Got any photos? In my country they all had R-series engines (RA22) so we didn't get the sweet 1600s

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Hey guys i have 2 ta22 for sale they come together stock spares have info on engine mods and other thinga if ur interested pm me neither car is on the road one is rolling shell good body other is an old road car

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This one is said to be a 1994. The grille emblem (large NISSAN) differs from the one above which uses the JDM 1990-1994 small NISSAN badge

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Re: A15 cam bearings
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I have not seen any oil starvation issues. I suspect a little overlap is "ok"

Here is a photo showing same type of front bearing

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Well I have another A15 block sitting on the bench that is partially disassembled. I may end up taking off the timing gears and chain and slide out the cam to see what the front bearing looks like. Unless someone else has a block they are working on and can take a picture and post. Do you see oil starvation issues with partially obstructed oil passageways?

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Hmmm ... Not sure if Sealed Power's photo is correct. Other photos of 1592M show the wide front bearing with the two holes are offset

Perhaps it is to oil the cam (2nd hole is oil inlet into camshaft?)

The center bearing passes oil to the rocker shaft, it may also have two holes

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I do not know, never changed the cam bearings

These are the Sealed Power versions

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DD...do you know if the block has two oil passages for the front cam bearing? If so, a photo of that would be great to pass along to my machinist. Will the camshaft have sufficient oil with several oil passages being partially blocked? I was thinking to possibly use a dremel to grind out the cam bearing and then clean the block.

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