On my 454 to 540 you asked what cam...specs. What would you suggest?
I'm sorry. I don't do requests. But thank you. Thank you very much.(in my best Elvis voice)On my 454 to 540 you asked what cam...specs. What would you suggest?
"If you get carried away with the duration you can get into water reversion." Can you explain this a little more? I think I may have this problem!
Your kidding right. Asking RCL about this is like asking him about setting strut angles. Some things are just best left to the professionals. I don't dress in a Santa outfit, build puesdo GNs or and I pay my rigging bills with real money.Since this question comes from Boise, I expect that Bob (GN-7) will refer the question back to RattleCanLou. Afterall, this place is governed by geographic region.
It just wouldn't be right for Bob to give you an answer..................
But I'm sure that he will.....................
Water reversion is only a problem if you have wet exhaust. And really critical if you have injected "wet" stacks like Bassetts, or your exhaust exit is below the water line on offshore type exhaust. Its caused by too much overplap in the camshaft. In a blower deal it is usually only a problem when idling or just off idle. Some seem to think it is never an issue with blower deals, but they still have manifold vac at an idle and are just as susceptible as a N/A."If you get carried away with the duration you can get into water reversion." Can you explain this a little more? I think I may have this problem!