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Opinions on my cam selection

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by thatK30guy, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. thatK30guy

    thatK30guy 1 ton status Premium Member

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    '85 K30, 454, 400, 205, 60, 14, 4.10, 4" front and rear springs, 35" tires.

    454 is mildly built with a 260 Comp Cam with .475" lift. This cam is a dog. Rest of engine has an Edelbrock intake with an Edelbrock Q-Jet, Hedman headers, dual Sonic Turbos.

    400 is all B&M built. Shifts good and crisp. Stock converter.

    I'm looking at Lunati cams. I've selected one that I want to get more power and speed from. I don't want to change converters. I need someone who has the program-thingie to let me know what I can expect out of this cam I pick here: 292 degree advance duration, .544" lift, 2000-5500 RPM range.

    How will this cam perform on this truck? I'm not looking for a tow hauler or fuel economy. I'm looking for POWER but not too outrageous. This cam part number from JEGS is 638-00024LK.
     
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