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    Ritmo/Abarth Cam: 10.75 S.S Now with pics!

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ID:	14084I bought this cam on the Italian ebay about ten years ago, advertised as such.
    After much searching, I was able to verify a Ritmo Abarth cam profile with a spec of 10.75. The only stamping on the cam is the @10.75 S S.


    I bought it as part of a set, and the other cam was in poor shape and was said by the owner of a local performance shop to be a re-grind. This guy said the cam pictured here is in solid usable shape. He’d know better than I would. He gave this cam a full spec, but I’ve since lost the numbers. I remember them being moderate for a race car.


    I was frustrated by the purchase, and the cams have been on my shelf all these years as a result. Buying used cams online is sketchy and I suppose I’m no exception to that, so I’m being careful to say everything I know about it, and I offer a one week return option with the buyer responsible for shipping both ways.


    I’ll do my best to post a bunch of pics of it, I took them in the daylight for the most accurate look. The base circles are great and the lobes are solid, nothing you can catch a fingernail on. Keep in mind that there’s no distributor gear on this, it’s designed to run the distributor off of the cam end.


    I’ll ship it worldwide, and take the best offer over $100USD.
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    Re: Ritmo/Abarth Cam: 10.75 S.S Now with pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chad C. View Post
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ID:	14084I bought this cam on the Italian ebay about ten years ago, advertised as such.
    After much searching, I was able to verify a Ritmo Abarth cam profile with a spec of 10.75. The only stamping on the cam is the @10.75 S S.


    I bought it as part of a set, and the other cam was in poor shape and was said by the owner of a local performance shop to be a re-grind. This guy said the cam pictured here is in solid usable shape. He’d know better than I would. He gave this cam a full spec, but I’ve since lost the numbers. I remember them being moderate for a race car.


    I was frustrated by the purchase, and the cams have been on my shelf all these years as a result. Buying used cams online is sketchy and I suppose I’m no exception to that, so I’m being careful to say everything I know about it, and I offer a one week return option with the buyer responsible for shipping both ways.


    I’ll do my best to post a bunch of pics of it, I took them in the daylight for the most accurate look. The base circles are great and the lobes are solid, nothing you can catch a fingernail on. Keep in mind that there’s no distributor gear on this, it’s designed to run the distributor off of the cam end.


    I’ll ship it worldwide, and take the best offer over $100USD.
    Which cam is this, and what setup was it in originally? Intake, exhaust, carb, FI, 1585cc, 2L, etc...

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    Re: Ritmo/Abarth Cam: 10.75 S.S

    All good questions there, Dave. I wish I knew more about this cam, but every bit of information I have on it is posted above. Maybe someone else could offer up some info?

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