Re: my spec input/advice needed
HP guess. 280 at flywheel, but i really have no idea.(cam still looks weird, low lift with huge advertised duration??)
Put the crank sprocket on the crank at the standard zero position, and then line that up with the dot on the cam sprocket. Then use a degree wheel to check if the cam is opening and closing at the exact correct times. (not 2 or 4 degrees out). If it is out, this is when you start using the crank sprocket in the different positions, so you do get the cam opening and closing at the "correct" time. If you dont know how, save a lot of time and mistakes and get someone who knows how to, and watch and learn. It is quite easy to do, but very hard to be explained correctly how to do it. Also, errors can make you change from the correct position to a totally incorrect position stuffing everthing. If all else fails, leave it at zero and 90% of the time it will be pretty close.
10.70 @ 125.00 on the black fun top
408 Cube Cleveland.