I had a new set of heads set up for my 351w and purchaced a new cam. The guy at the machine shop had to install the valve springs twice for me because after he had originally done them, I told him that I would be running a .520+ lift cam. When I picked up the heads he told me to make sure I use a good assembly lube for the cam implying to me that these springs will wipe it out the cam lobes if I dont. The cam is just a Hydrolic flat tappet Lunati w/.541 lift. Do you guys think I need to get a "special" assembly lube or should the stuff that came with the cam kit be alright? What would you use if not what came with the cam? I have used a graphite type lube in the past, (dark gray and pasty) and I've seen these Edelbrock cams come with some red syrup lube that I imagine would run off the cam and be sitting in the oil pan before I could ever get the engine running. I do not want to disintegrate my new cam on the 20 minute break in run.