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Old 09-26-2006, 15:00   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I am building up my 77 460. I am thinking about putting in lunati's bracket master II cam with a .292/.292 duration and a.554/.554 lift. I am using my stock rods, push rods, and lifter ratio and im going to go with flat top pistons. My question is will i have to get the pistons fly-cut to clear the valves? or will it be ok.

I have one more question, I was flipping through my northern auto parts magazine and i found some comp cams magnum roller rockers. I was wanting to know if i will have to get the heads further machine for this or will they work in my stock set up? Thanks Hatch
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Old 09-29-2006, 19:12   #2 (permalink)
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If you are useing flattop pistons with a .554 lift cam should be ok but you still need to check all your clearances, as for the rockers I dont know what head you are useing so I cant say but if you ask the person that is doing your head work they can tell you.
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