Help! Picking new Cam

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    I've recently had some problems with my engine and my cam went down the drain. I need some help on picking a new cam or getting the same one I had (Crower 15511). I don't have the money to fork out $300.00 plus for a custom cam, so if anybody has any suggestion they are more than welcome. My mods are in the sig, and I'm planning on adding a Edelbrock Performer RPM, and longtubes sometime in the not so distant future. Thanks for the help.

    Casey
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    I need you guys input quick, I've got to get the thing order and installed by the end of the week.
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    Is it still speed density?
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    the best thing i can think of is to call comp cams and tel lthem what u want to expect out of your setup adn your current and some what future mods. these people know there *****. :flag:
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    No its not SD, I switched to MAF a few weeks ago.
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    ok, well I would go with an XE270HR with 112lsa if you are sticking with your 1.7 rockers. That will give you a bit more lift and a tighter lobe separation, for more power over the Crower.
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