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Speed Racer X
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 61
posted January 14, 2003 10:04 PM
We need to purchase a solid lift small base circle cam for a small block Chevy. The price and specs of Speedway's "Tight Lash Cam" look good and JR Motorsports have cams that appear to be Lunati copys, that I can afford. Does anyone know if they come in a small base circle? Any other suggestions for different manufacturer. I would like to be in the $150 (or less) range for cam and lifters. I'm open to suggestions and would appreciate any help.

dreamcatcher
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 128
posted January 14, 2003 10:18 PM UIN: 14464409
alot of the drivers where i race run a midwest #8 0r a #3 cam. they have lots of pull off the corner and plenty left in the striaghts. i drove a car for a guy last year and it was around 3700 pounds with the #8 and it was awsome. we bought the car and are pulling alot of weight out of it. hope this helps. you can also call one of the sponsors for this site (cam craft) i have heard alot of good things about them as well.

andykmod
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 95
posted January 15, 2003 04:45 PM
this cam worked awsome for me in both my 355 and 408 it is from a company in oshkosh wisconsin called howards cams part #110822 it is a tight lash and is available in small base circle for a extra 10 bucks.
.543/.563 290/298 252/260@.050 106 lobe sep. I ran on mostly 1/3 miles and 1/2 miles

Speed Racer X
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 61
posted January 16, 2003 09:38 PM
Thanks Guys; Hey "AndyKMod" I've been looking hard at your cam and the #110812 (it's just a little smaller) also. Our car should be in the 3200 lb range and turn between 6500 and 7000 RPM. What do you think? Thaks again!!

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