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    Default cam advice.. will this be ok with water log exhaust

    I can get a deal on this cam.

    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/cc...make/chevrolet

    Was gonna run it in my daycruiser, will there any issues with water logs and reversion???

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    yes it would work. Cruiser a Jet or what? That could make a difference. Would not use it in a I/O.
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    I believe that cam is not log friendly. You will most likely get some water reversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    yes it would work. Cruiser a Jet or what? That could make a difference. Would not use it in a I/O.
    Logs are more forgiving about overlap than riser type manifolds?



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    Sorry, yes its a jet with hardin logs. Just freshening up the ol cruiser this winter as shes getting tired and been neglected since all my money been going to the drag boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Logs are more forgiving about overlap than riser type manifolds?
    I was concerned with idle quality. I/O's don't like to be put into gear at 1100 rpm. And the cam is at the max on its size. My opinion of course. Just keep the water out of it till 2500-3000 rpm. Now beat away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    I was concerned with idle quality. I/O's don't like to be put into gear at 1100 rpm. And the cam is at the max on its size. My opinion of course. Just keep the water out of it till 2500-3000 rpm. Now beat away.
    Logs aren't like wet Bassetts. You never shut the water off to them.
    If the outlets are below the water line, or he is running snails, that cam could be problematic.
    Over the transoms with the entering the over the transom pipes towards the end, it would probably be ok.



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    The outlets are under water. I appreciate the input guys. I think I will go back to plan a which is a much smaller flat tappet.

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    And has snails.

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