Originally Posted by LTD Ute
Haven't heard much about them other than brenx mentioning
he uses one in one of his setups.
(Brendon, you and Davis are my clevo Gurus and I read your stuff
I'm going straight 425 Impco, 750 mech secondaries,Weiand Xcellerator, etc
The price seems "too good", what are your thoughts on value, quality,etc..
I run a Blue Racer "Woverine" solid roller in my 393" stroker dragster. I paid something like $145 for it. It is the only reason that I went with an off-the-shelf cam...I couldn't find one (or come up with a custom grind) that made enough more power to make it worth spending another $200+ for one.
274*/274* @.050" .709"/.709" lift 105* LSA
I have a nice new Blue Racer modest-performance hydraulic cam sitting on a shelf. I don't remember the details of it, but I've got them written down somewhere. I know that Crane bought the Blue Racer Cams company, but I didn't know (or think) that they ground the cams for Blue Racer, but it is certainly possible. I know that Crane is supporting the Blue Racer brand. I had a question about the hydro cam that I bought, before I bought it, and they answered all of the questions within a few minutes on the phone.
I did a quick analysis of the camshaft using DD2K as I was considering using it in the "Q-Code" before I bought the Lunati solid cam.
I bought the hydro cam because it was so inexpensive that I figured that I could always sell it for more if I didn't find a use for it. I paid $35 for it and the lifters.
I think that for value, they can't be beaten. I haven't had or heard of any quality-related problems.
As for being a guru, I'll leave that title to Brenx. I don't even like to get greasy.