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    Default blower cam

    I am in the middle of building a engine for my new boat and had a question on the cam I purchased a comp xs282s will it work with a 871 blower on a bbc. Originally it was going to be a tunnel ram motor but now I think I want to build a blower motor what do you guys think

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    post all the spec's

    .Lift-int./exh.
    .Dur @ 50
    .Lobe speration
    .roller or flat tappet, solid or hydraulic

    What boost and rpm range are you looking for? What are your hp goals? Make and size of blower? Carbs?

    Take care,

    Travis

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    comp xs282s 244/252 @.050" lift.598" flat mechanical 110 lobe/seperation

    I would like to get to around 650hp run about 6000rpm and 5-6 psi
    blower would be a hampton 671 or 871

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    Looks good beside the lobe sep. A 112 at least would be best and a 114 even better but I would just insatll it and run it! It will be just fine!

    Good luck man.

    Travis

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    What heads are you using?
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    It would be a balmy 85* in Steel's shop if he would move a little faster

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    gen 6 large oval port

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    If it makes you feel better my cam is a 110. My intake side was almost to good so I am letting some cylinder presure go. I thing you should just use it. On mine I cant get gready on the timing but it runs well.
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    It would be a balmy 85* in Steel's shop if he would move a little faster

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    I think i am just going to go for it thanks for the input

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