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 Nitride

 Created by: onetim
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 Posted: Jul 28, 2021 08:56AM
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I did pay for the service, seemed a fair price, and it is a performance application, that I would not like to revisit in my remaining years.

 Posted: Jul 26, 2021 07:49AM
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If you have the money to spend on doing it, and it's going to be an engine that you want to be around a while and driven in a spirited manner, I'd say do it.  I would, given those circumstances.  But I'll be interested to see what other opinions are on the matter.

**Dr. jinG**

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 Posted: Jul 26, 2021 05:03AM
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Would you pay to have a camshaft Nitride treated by the manufacturer? The cost is a $150.00 up charge, the application is a ford solid lifter engine much like a mini.