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WHat cam should I go with?

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    Question WHat cam should I go with?

    -I have a 2800 stall and the rest of the mods in my sig.
    -My goal is to get the car into the 11s on motor.
    -I want to eventually put in a higher stall, but who knows if & when that'd happen.
    -The car is NOT my daily driver, but I do want something streetable as it sees more street time than track time. I enjoy a nice lope.

    What are my best options?
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    228/228 cam with a 112 lsa. pair that up with a 3500 stall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula View Post
    228/228 cam with a 112 lsa. pair that up with a 3500 stall.
    Like I said, 2800 stall in there right now and who knows when & if I will change that.

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    I would find a good 224/224 224/228 228/228 cam on a 114
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loco View Post
    Like I said, 2800 stall in there right now and who knows when & if I will change that.
    either cam i posted will work with youre current stall.

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    I like my Comp 228/230 on a 112

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    Get a 224 cam with your currnet stall.

    And why are you not getting a different stall?

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    I would call what ever manufacture you lke and give them all your specs on the car.
    That way your get a custom cam directly for your car. It's a billet roller eighther way so the price difference is Very minimal......But the power can be a lot of difference.

    I personnaly prefer CamMotion on ALL my hyd. rollers. They build only to your specs.......No off the shelf grinds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LS2Tuner View Post
    I would call what ever manufacture you lke and give them all your specs on the car.
    That way your get a custom cam directly for your car. It's a billet roller eighther way so the price difference is Very minimal......But the power can be a lot of difference.

    I personnaly prefer CamMotion on ALL my hyd. rollers. They build only to your specs.......No off the shelf grinds.
    they fucked a number of guys cars with that f13 grind

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    Well we have a machine shop and do 85% race motors for 25 years here in AZ and WE have Never had a problem.......
    But considering the cam is the Most crucial part of your combo I would Always recommend if your running a billet roller to get a custom grind for yuor exact combo.......Unless your on a tight budget and getting something used....
    I've seen people make or break there combos over the years with the wrong cam choice........ And on inj. cars it makes even a bigger difference.

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    my combo,comp custom grind 228/236,578/588,114,3400 midwest stall,ported/polished heads.making over 400 rwhp. nice lope,drives great on the street.

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