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This is a discussion on Lunati Cam within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Have you considered any of the newer CompCam lobes, Like the EPS, or LSL ?...

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    Have you considered any of the newer CompCam lobes, Like the EPS, or LSL ?

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    what trans you have?

    might want to look into gears and a stall (if auto)

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    Quote -Have you considered any of the newer CompCam lobes, Like the EPS, or LSL ?

    Yes.... And i have heard and seen of ppl makin good power with them.

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    To blackbird-ws6 I am an A4 Performa built level 2 with a yank 3600 stall. Rearend is the stock 10 bolt for now with 3.42 gears. Hope next year to have a moser 9 inch or strange S60 but either way i think im gunna go 3.73 for gears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Z-Man View Post
    The spec's on the cam i'm looking at are 232/238 Dur. 599/601 lift on a 113 Lsa. Pretty close to what you have.
    Alright im still learning and have an idea what the numbers mean but can you guys confirm what they mean.

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    To Transam oo
    To give u a quick answer to what these #'s mean. Duration= The length of time that the lobe is creating lift which is measured in degrees of cam rotation.
    Lift= The amount of movement by the lifter from the base circle of the cam to the top of cam lobe. Take that and multiply it by your rocker arm ratio and u get your total valve lift.
    LSA= Stands for (Lobe Separation Angle) This is the number of degrees between the intake and exhaust lobe centerlines. The very most top part of the cam lobes.
    This is just a quick answer if u want to know more look in the Sticky- Cam guide-info/write up <<good info it's in this section. Hope this helps u alittle

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    chrom moly is great for strong valve spring setups and high lift cams, you can run steel if you on a budget (actually the guy who build my head for me and has build countless heads recomended steel over chrom moly)
    chrom moly will flex alot less , but like i said budget permitting , but its allways a good safety net

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindboy2k1 View Post
    chrom moly is great for strong valve spring setups and high lift cams, you can run steel if you on a budget (actually the guy who build my head for me and has build countless heads recomended steel over chrom moly)
    chrom moly will flex alot less , but like i said budget permitting , but its allways a good safety net
    My Chrome Moly Comp rods cost $100 new. My attitude is, "If you can't afford $100, then you shouldn't be doing H/C"

    Prices may have went up but I haven't checked since I don't need any right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Z-Man View Post
    To Transam oo
    To give u a quick answer to what these #'s mean. Duration= The length of time that the lobe is creating lift which is measured in degrees of cam rotation.
    Lift= The amount of movement by the lifter from the base circle of the cam to the top of cam lobe. Take that and multiply it by your rocker arm ratio and u get your total valve lift.
    LSA= Stands for (Lobe Separation Angle) This is the number of degrees between the intake and exhaust lobe centerlines. The very most top part of the cam lobes.
    This is just a quick answer if u want to know more look in the Sticky- Cam guide-info/write up <<good info it's in this section. Hope this helps u alittle
    so you wont more lift for better breathing?

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