posted December 27, 2000 02:30 PM
Anybody out there using a cam with 109-110 lobe center in there mod on dirt ?
There is a local here that is claiming that this is the secret to limiting wheel spin on a dry slick track.
Anyone heard of this before ?
xcessivespeed Dirt Full Roller
Total posts: 32
posted December 29, 2000 11:37 AM
Alot of Isky oval-track cams are on a 108 lobe ctr.
cas23 Dirt Roller
Total posts: 14
posted December 30, 2000 06:58 AM YEP WE RUN SMALLER LOBE CENTERS BECAUSE WE DONT HAVE TO WORRRY ABOUT WHEEL SPIN BUT THE LARGER LOBE CENTERS TAKE AWAY FROM THE SNAP COMING OFF THE TURNS SO IT HELPS WITH WHEEL SPIN
[This message has been edited by cas23 (edited December 30, 2000).]
WPP Dirt Full Roller
Total posts: 46
posted December 30, 2000 12:35 PM
I was also thinking about changeing the lobe on my cam it calle 102 huggins cam roller. The motor is a 406 with 5.7 rods and it blows the tires off what do you guys think about putting the cam in 106 or 108