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56cc Lingenfelter CNC'd heads. What cam?

This is a discussion on 56cc Lingenfelter CNC'd heads. What cam? within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by Hi-Po (didnt remember this thread) Well, Comp fnally gave my builder an answer. More so, my builder ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
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    Well, Comp fnally gave my builder an answer. More so, my builder finally gave me an asnwer.

    236/240 .578 .589 on a 114. 110 ICL

    He says this cam will clear, im not too sure. Wondering on your guys opinions really. Im ready to order it, and my other necessity's. If it does, it should make some good power with the heads.
    Well if you're not going through the checking procedure I outlined above then I would just make sure your engine builder will warranty the cam install before you drive it away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Well if you're not going through the checking procedure I outlined above then I would just make sure your engine builder will warranty the cam install before you drive it away
    I will check, for sure! Im installing also. Just trying not to have to send it back for something else. I doubt I find anyone to warranty a aftermarket cam install unless its a hot cam or the sort!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
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    Well, Comp fnally gave my builder an answer. More so, my builder finally gave me an asnwer.

    236/240 .578 .589 on a 114. 110 ICL

    He says this cam will clear, im not too sure. Wondering on your guys opinions really. Im ready to order it, and my other necessity's. If it does, it should make some good power with the heads.
    the 236/ 240 seems a bit high. but it may work. i would go a lilttle lower to make sure. 10- 20 hp or a motor?

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    And with a camshaft ground like that with 240 deg. at .050 ground with 114 deg of lobe sep it's going to be a little high strung too so you are definately going to want those 4.30 gears you were thinking about

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1fastcamarosss11 View Post
    the 236/ 240 seems a bit high. but it may work. i would go a lilttle lower to make sure. 10- 20 hp or a motor?
    Thats what I was thinking. I never really planned on a cam this size, but I might give it a whirl. If I do, I will have to check, and re-check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    And with a camshaft ground like that with 240 deg. at .050 ground with 114 deg of lobe sep it's going to be a little high strung too so you are definately going to want those 4.30 gears you were thinking about
    4.30's still have me thinking for the street.

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    Well, I went threw with it. Ordered the custom grind 236/240 .578 .589 114 tonight.

    Tomorrow, ordering 4.30 gears.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Well, I went threw with it. Ordered the custom grind 236/240 .578 .589 114 tonight.

    Tomorrow, ordering 4.30 gears.

    Sounds good. That thing will love rpm with a 114 lobe sep so the 4.30's will work nicely. Another plus is the fact that the cam is 114 degrees, and 4 degrees of advance gives you only 110 deg intake center line,,,,this gives you a little more wiggle room on the intake valve clearance than most other cams that are ground tighter and also have advance as well.
    Hope it works out for you.

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    Alright, plans changed slightly. I ended up going with a 230/236 .573 .578 114 instead of the 236/240.

    I think I will be happier with the slightly smaller cam. This is my street car, that will ee some track time here and there afterall.

    Also, going with 4.11 gears/ not 4.30. Things always changing. But its all ordered up. Just a hair over 700 bucks. Thought I would post cause im happy and excited, finally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Alright, plans changed slightly. I ended up going with a 230/236 .573 .578 114 instead of the 236/240.

    I think I will be happier with the slightly smaller cam. This is my street car, that will ee some track time here and there afterall.

    Also, going with 4.11 gears/ not 4.30. Things always changing. But its all ordered up. Just a hair over 700 bucks. Thought I would post cause im happy and excited, finally.
    better choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1fastcamarosss11 View Post
    better choice.
    I think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1fastcamarosss11 View Post
    better choice.
    If it were an LS1...I would agree.


    With the extra cubes though, I would have stuck with the 236/240.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    If it were an LS1...I would agree.


    With the extra cubes though, I would have stuck with the 236/240.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    If it were an LS1...I would agree.


    With the extra cubes though, I would have stuck with the 236/240.
    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    God damnit.

    I hate this shit. The cam is too hard to choose. Well, I cant turn back now. Its a custom grind and they wont take it back. You guys make my head spin. Hopefully I get the power I want, and this next few thousand dollars holds me over for a long while until the next big ci "mod"

    Hopefully, I did the right thing for my car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    God damnit.

    I hate this shit. The cam is too hard to choose. Well, I cant turn back now. Its a custom grind and they wont take it back. You guys make my head spin. Hopefully I get the power I want, and this next few thousand dollars holds me over for a long while until the next big ci "mod"

    Hopefully, I did the right thing for my car.
    Don't sweat it. It'll work nicely. To some of us certain duration numbers at .050 are big and some not so much. Those are pretty tame numbers to me but should make good power and keep ya happy a while.

    Does that make ya feel better???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Don't sweat it. It'll work nicely. To some of us certain duration numbers at .050 are big and some not so much. Those are pretty tame numbers to me but should make good power and keep ya happy a while.

    Does that make ya feel better???
    Eh, kinda.

    Im hoping for 450 RWHP. Also, very good TQ.

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    Maybe a little less so I dont get disappointed? lol

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    It will still make great power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    It will still make great power.
    Yea, I will probably want to change my mind 10 times. If I would have bought the other cam, I would be thinking about this one. Just how I am. I wont even ask for the HP guessing game. I say somewhere from 200 to 500 RWHP.

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