posted July 03, 2001 02:27 PM
What kind of rpm's are you running? Your cam will have a set torque range and if your out of the torque range coming off the corner then your car will be "doggy"
posted July 03, 2001 11:38 PM
what are you running for a gear and what do you have for a cam?
posted July 04, 2001 05:14 PM
Here's what I run seems to work pretty well as long as I don't ***** up otherwise!! Midwest cam #8 lift--Int-530--Exh--542 Adv.dur--Int--278--Exh--282 Lobe sep.--106 Timing at 36 deg. I run a5:67 final top out around 6800rpm's Hope that helps
posted July 05, 2001 02:05 PM
Sorry I forgot to include that I run 1.5 long slots(were not allowed rollers)I use Elgin, I also use 100 thousands push rods. In case it matters this is a solid cam.
posted July 05, 2001 05:33 PM
sorry again!!either use the 600lb. springs or the z-28 springs
posted July 05, 2001 05:54 PM
one other thing you might want to look at is your pinion angle what do you have yours set at?and what do you run for a gear