Stock Cams With Aftermarket Valve Springs?

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  1. Lunati_Stang

    Lunati_Stang New Member

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    Just curious my buddy was wounding if he could use stock cams with aftermarket beehive valve springs. I told him I didn't know but shouldn't hurt anything. In all honesty I don't know why you would do that. But like I said just making sure I don't tell him something far from right. Lol

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    <----- Comp beehive high-load springs on stock cams here
     
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    Where?
     
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    I meant me. Im running comp springs on stock cams
     
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    Oh so it's perfectly fine lol
     
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    Yeah, not a hint of a problem. I wind my motor out to about 6800 zero issues. Get those springs upgraded while you're in there.
     
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