posted May 14, 2004 06:34 AM
i was wondreing where to install my cam. i have a b-bod with a soild pull bar. the cam i have is ground on a 110 centerline, was wondering if i should install it at 108 i didnt think it would be a good idea to put it at 106 because of the solid pull bar. the cam is not very big its only a 458 lift camshaft. any help or input on this? thanks Vince
posted May 14, 2004 07:34 AM
First i would make sure there is not advance ground into the cam before anything. Is it 110 lobe centers or 110 intake centerline, i am guessing lobe centers? I really cant see why the pullbar woudl affect it any? What is the duration of the cam and what rpms do you nned out of it.
posted May 14, 2004 08:18 AM
it duration is 214@.050 im not sure on rpm the track is 1/4 mile and i have 650 gears in car. i just bought this car it was run as a b-mod and said it was turning around 6300.
i was thinking that with solid pull bar it would shock the tires more if i put cam in at 106.
im at work and not real sure i about the duration. but i think im close it is a Lunati cam shaft
posted May 14, 2004 08:27 AM
advertises duration is 268 and its 218 @.50 110 lobe sep. and 106 int centerline. was lookin at the web site this cam only good for 5200 as per there site
posted May 14, 2004 10:19 PM
what b mod rules are you running most guys in central ia and southern mn are running a midwest #8 it's a big sucker. i wouldn't waiste my time with that one you have
posted May 15, 2004 05:17 AM
our rules will only let us have a 450 lift camshaft, and this year we can use a rubber bisquit instead of solid bar. so have to keep the 450 lift cam