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posted November 10, 2003 02:16 PM
Anyone ever used a solid cam from Huggins or Reed? If so what did you think good bad or otherwise. How would you compare them to comp or isky in performance and durability.

posted November 11, 2003 12:12 AM
Right now the Huggins cams are what just about everyone is running in the midwest, and south. I used a reed for the last part of the year and it was ok, just not gnarly enough for my application( 360 dirt sprinter at 14 to 1).
I actually inquired w/ huggins just last week and he was very quick w/ a reply and gave me a no BS answer and that is rare. I am going to buy what he suggested in the near future when I pull the engine and start going through it. He even hooked me up w/ the guy to get jesels new shaft rocker setup.
If you want a 294/300 @ 106sep. .651 intake and .626 exhaust lift roller cam I will make ya a **** of a deal. a very very sweet deal in fact. its clean straight and drilled and tapped for rear drive as well..
Michael Harris 44H

posted November 11, 2003 09:55 AM
Does huggins make flat tappet cams as well or are they all rollers. Is there number or website so I can check them out.

rico 08
posted November 11, 2003 01:32 PM
They do flat as well as hydraulic,they make a good vacuum rule cam from what i hear,they have no website that i know of but i do have the number Huggins cams
olive branch ms

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