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Author Topic:   What Cam Grind should I use??
RC Racing
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 144
posted March 01, 2003 03:30 PM
Looking for suggestions on a cam. Racing what's know around here as a Limited Modified. 2300# metric chassis. 3/8 mile 26 degree banked track. Powerglide w/working torque convertor. Quadrajet carb
Engine rules:
1.Engine: 360 cu in max GM engine 10 to 1 four valve relief cast pistons. Open chamber cylinder heads 76' or later. (I'm using 3932441 heads) 450 maximum lift hydraulic cam. 1.5 long slot steel rocker arms. No roller tips. No bronze bushings in lifter bore or custom lifters (stock type hydraulic lifters only). ***** in studs allowed. Guide plates are allowed. 120lb stock dia springs max stainless valves 1.94 int & 1.50 exh. No angle mill. Stock crank and rods. No 6" rods in Chevy motors. A.R.P Rod, crank and head bolts and studs are allowed. Claimer oil pan & maximum fluid damper is allowed. Cast iron water pumps only. Cast iron intakes 76" or later only.
2.Stock ignition only. Chevy HEI must remain in one unit
3. Headers must be Schoenfield #16100 1 5/8" x 3"
4. No electric fuel pump. Stock mount Holley and Mallory allowed.

Any cam profile suggestions please? And thanks

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STREET16
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 32
posted March 02, 2003 07:32 AM
Contact John at Micro Machine, E-mail is 4c@swnm.com.

RC Racing
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 144
posted March 03, 2003 02:34 PM
Anybody else care to comment?

(nothing personal Street16, just looking for varying opinions to mull over)

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LUBEGUY07
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 156
posted March 03, 2003 06:54 PM
try one of the isky mega cams they have several grinds with your lift rule, but they cost around 90 dollars,hope this helps

RC Racing
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 144
posted March 03, 2003 06:56 PM
Thanks Lubeguy. And that's about what I expected to pay

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rickb33
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 46
posted March 04, 2003 09:47 PM
the micro machine cams are pretty darn good,and they have all kinds of grinds,or if you are limited to certain lifts they might be able to help you out.they are also much cheaper.4c@swnm.com

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