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    Default Roller cam

    If you were going to go with a roller cam witch one would it be?
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    Chris Straub. You can either contact me, or him directly.
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    Thanks steel, I sent him a email last night. I only have about an hour on this so I guess I did it at break in.
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    Thats the reason I went roller years ago. Figured what I was paying to replace flattened flat tappets I could have a roller. I went with Comp and never had a problem. I hear only good about Straubs cams.

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    I like my Bullet cam...

    I have an aggressive Ultradyne cam I would sell...never been installed...

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    How agressive? Roller?

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    Cstraub..... He can taylor the cam to your exact needs, expectations have been met, and often exceded with his profiles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydroguy View Post
    How agressive? Roller?
    I'd have to double check the specs to see exactly, but going on memory, its .701 lift, 244 duration @.050 and 108 LSA mechanical roller for BBC...

    It's still in the box. I bought it for a different application, but then projects changed...

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    Chris Straub, he guaranteed me 625-650 HP @ 5800 on my last build. On the dyno it put down [email protected] and peaked at 5900 (but @5800 it made 671.4). I've used him twice now, great guy to work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CK7684 View Post
    I'd have to double check the specs to see exactly, but going on memory, its .701 lift, 244 duration @.050 and 108 LSA mechanical roller for BBC...

    It's still in the box. I bought it for a different application, but then projects changed...
    thanks for the info but not as aggressive as the one I'm using now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydroguy View Post
    thanks for the info but not as aggressive as the one I'm using now.
    I have a brand new Lunati RRB 308-316 if you're looking for a cam. It's .722 x 2, 272/280 on 108 ICL, 110 LSA.
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    Thanks everyone for your replys. I found a local builder that took the engine and is doing it. I am in a time crunch as momma said fix her boat now!
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