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    93cobra12 New Member

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    Ok, I need some help on deciding which type of cam i should run in my engine..
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    forged eternals
    SRS light weight pistons
    9.1 compression
    185 AFR heads
    1.7 r.r
    s trim supercharger 3.33 pulley ( T trim coming soon, 15-20 psi )
    Anderson p.p.
    tfs track heat intake
    75mm accufab throttle body
    75 pro-m caliberated for 42lb injectors
    42 lb injectors
    373 gears

    Now i've been searching for a while, currently i have a crower 15512 in my 302 which i blew last week, but i want a custom blowre cam, looked at anderson cams, comp cams, bennett custom cams, ed curtis cams.. Im running the S trim right now and later down the road i want to upgrade to a T trim, put some real boost into this engine...Need some help fellas.. which cam do you guys think i should run with?? Thanks !!
     
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    93cobra12 New Member

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    We have no cam experts in this stangnet ??
     
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    Its just that when you give someone advice all the dam experts do come in and say that, the cam you recomended is no good.

    I just stay shut.

    But i'd run a f cam. Nice cam cheap sounds mean as hell.
    I'll get the job done.
     
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    If I were to go and buy a cam today, I would go with a custom comp cams, or an AFM.

    Just curious, do you run a stock block?
     
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