Quick cam question

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  1. eightyfour

    eightyfour New Member

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    For a daily driver with a ~2400 stall, which one would be better?

    Specifications:
    * Duration: 262 intake/270 exhaust
    * Duration at .050 in.: 218 intake/224 exhaust
    * Gross valve lift: .493 in. intake/.500 in. exhaust
    * Lobe separation: 110 degrees
    * RPM range: 1,300 to 5,600
    * Excellent response, good mid-range, stock converter, 3.23 to 4.10 gear

    Specifications:
    * Duration: 268 intake/280 exhaust
    * Duration at .050 in.: 224 intake/230 exhaust
    * Gross valve lift: .510 in. intake/.512 in. exhaust
    * Lobe separation: 110 degrees
    * RPM range: 1,600 to 5,800
    * Great for Street Machine, 2,200 plus stall

    Specifications:
    * Advertised duration: 270 intake/278 exhaust
    * Duration at .050 in.: 226 intake/234 exhaust
    * Gross valve lift: .512 in. intake/.531 in. exhaust
    * Lobe separation: 111 degrees
    * RPM range: 1,600-5,800
    * Good torque and throttle response, needs intake and headers, lower gears and 2,000 stall


    Note that these are 351W cams, because I have an 84. Thanks.
  2. thumper460

    thumper460 Founding Member

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    351W ?? right?? second cam, install the intake center line in at 106* and then rock!! 302W ?? then the first cam, dailey driver and again install the cam in at 106* (Carb engine likes lower centerline..and builds more power...!)

    Just me......................

    Thumper


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