Since we have been having so much fun as of lately, I thought I might as well bring this subject back to the top.
I found a link I would like you guys to check out. It makes some of the "pro's" on the #1 thread look kinda silly.
Cams for Turbocharged Engines - Hot Rod Magazine
heres a copy & paste from the link that I really enjoyed-
"Another factor influencing cam design for a turbocharger is charge density. Because turbo applications make such dramatic power, the common misconception is that the intake and exhaust port velocities need to be quite high, in turn mandating very large-duration camshafts to make a given amount of power. Actually, the exact opposite is true. Because of the increased pressure along with a corresponding increase in oxygen and fuel density, more fuel and air are moving into the chamber, but the velocity is actually lower. The combustion chamber pressure therefore rises more quickly, and filling occurs earlier in the stroke compared with a similar NA application."
I have my flame/BS resistant suit on, so fire away.