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Old 11-16-2009, 22:08   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if anyone knew of some good proven performer cams that would be best suited for my set up. I have a 351c with 4v closed chambers heads. Car has 4.10 gears and a 4 speed toploader. Engine mods are bored .030" over with forged pistons, roller nsa rockers, aluminum water pump, torker II intake, 850 double pumper carb. the cam currently in it is a comp magnum hydraulic with 253/253 @ .050" and 585/585 lift. I also have a comp magnum solid lifter cam with 236/236 @ .050" and .575/.575 lift that i ran for a few months before going through the engine again. Im looking for what would make the most power to 7k rpm. Would i be better off switching back to the smaller solid cam? wouldnt be opposed to buying another cam if i knew it would outperform the ones i have.
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Old 11-26-2009, 13:23   #2 (permalink)
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Re: cam options

I've heard people with with good results from the Comp Cams Solid 294S.

605/605 lift, 248/248 duration at 50 thou.
Add a nice set of Isky 8005A springs and it would go nice with them 4V heads.
What is your compression?
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