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Looking for Roller Cam Suggestions

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by pomai, May 17, 2006.

  1. pomai

    pomai 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    88 chevy 5.7 from my Blazer, using a 383 Scat crank balanced rotating assembly with 6" rods, Probe Industries forged flat top pistons, World products S/R torquer 76cc heads, Xtremefi bored 2" TBI, custom TBI chip, JBA headers, CFM Technologies injectors, adjustable fuel presure regulator & spacer. Bow Tie Overdrive 700R4 extrem package, stock converter. Dana 60/ 14 blt, 4.56 gears. 35" tires.

    Any roller cam suggestions?

    Thanks, Ed
     
  2. drivelineman

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    Well i run a nitrous cam on my big block full roller- next time i will run a mechanical roller though- try for a 525 lift and 280 duration- Jess
     
  3. pomai

    pomai 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    I got your rear CV drive shaft & 1480 u bolt yoke for my 14blt and am very happy with it.
    Thanks, Ed
     
  4. 88-383

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    I run the Accel/Lingenfelter 74219, 219@.050 .525 lift/1.5's 280 advertised, 15" vacum at idle 700'ish rpm. Haven't put many miles on it yet, but it's a smooth running cam. It's never stalled on me even with the stock chip at 600rpm idle. It's not a cheap cam, but it's proven to be a strong cam!

    KM
     

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