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    Default cam choice 572/14-1 /325 darts /jet?

    need help, dont want to spin over 7, first post ever thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie Rasmussen View Post
    need help, dont want to spin over 7, first post ever thanks.
    Contact the guys at Bullett Cams and talk to them. Have as much info on your engine as possible available, what your goals are and they can help. Probably one of, if not the best cam companies out there right now. Good luck....
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    Call Straub Technnologies @ 423 391 7774 and ask for Chris. He'll want to know everything you can tell him about the enigne and rpm range. He'll come up with a grind that's going to get the most out of your combination for you. If you have a way to get actual flow numbers for the heads it would be beneficial. The advertized numbers can be off some with the as-cast heads. That's no fault of anyones, just a matter of fact in the cyl. head world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Call Straub Technnologies @ 423 391 7774 and ask for Chris. He'll want to know everything you can tell him about the enigne and rpm range. He'll come up with a grind that's going to get the most out of your combination for you. If you have a way to get actual flow numbers for the heads it would be beneficial. The advertized numbers can be off some with the as-cast heads. That's no fault of anyones, just a matter of fact in the cyl. head world.
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    thank you guys will contact both see what they say.

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    Give me a shout if you need some help.
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