Visit The Dirt Forum for More Information

Author Topic:   Speedway Cam
posted April 27, 2004 02:31 AM
Just for reference, I tought I would mention that I just bought a speedway cam and was really scared and worried about the product since it was only 69 dollars. I really have to admit it is the best cam I have ever run. Maybe I just got the right combo but I have been tru several cams and this speedway cam is awsome. Just tought I would share the info because I was real close to not ordering but it turned out great,

posted April 27, 2004 06:19 AM
well i cant defend durabilty yet cause I only have one nite on it,but it runs real sweet.

posted April 27, 2004 07:01 PM
Also the little paper that cam on it metioned Isky are they ground for speedway by isky

posted April 28, 2004 02:20 PM
which cam did u get what are the #'s thanks jwracing

posted April 28, 2004 04:58 PM
realy price wise they are no different then a jr motorsorts or midwest

posted April 28, 2004 06:32 PM
Originally posted by wrenchturner10:
WE ran a speedway cam for a year and a half, just lost it a week ago when we spun the bearings and flooded the block with particales. Loved the cam and will buy another one.

Nick, was this the new motor? Don't tell me the brandie new one is done already? That would really suck.

I'm keepin' my fingers crossed with my new one. Made it 5 weeks so far and has had some issues (lifter valley screens screening the oil from the pan the first 2 weeks and hole in oil pan after that) so we'll see how it does.

Lemme know if ya need some spare parts. I might have something laying around that could help ya out.

posted May 27, 2004 10:48 PM
I'm on my third year with my Speedway Hyd cam. I also bought the anti pump up lifters to go along with it. Just gets me under the vacuum rule at our track. I love it, and will for sure buy from them again.

posted May 30, 2004 08:12 PM
We have ran the 14102 Speedway cam and we are on our third year now and it is just starting to show a little weekness. We used to run the MWM #8 and this cams produces alot more power. It starts a little harder but it really pulls alot harder. We have a motor in an almost exact setup car (my boys) and I can kick his a-- going down the straigts. I am deffinitely sold on this cam.

posted May 31, 2004 09:13 AM
My buddy has one with two seasons on it with no problems.

posted June 17, 2004 10:15 PM
how will this cam work in a 350 chevy with a rochester 2 barrell with a auto tranny---im running the 350 horse/327 cam in my motor now and can only get 5000 out of it---help

posted June 20, 2004 06:19 PM
what about the mwm #6 cam it pulls real good
out of the hole but at about 6500 it really seems to give up i have tried the # 8 cam but it just seemed like a dog ...what cam should i try in what power all the way to 7000 i run a 355 motor

Back to the Archives