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Old 05-25-2012, 01:42 PM   #1
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HYDRAULIC ROLLER CAM
RPM RANGE 2200 TO 7000
DURATION 243/[email protected]"
LOPE SEPARATION 112
INTAKE LIFT .633"
EXHAUST LIFT .640"

Hopefully looking at completion before Rally

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Old 05-27-2012, 03:22 PM   #2
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Old 05-30-2012, 02:11 AM   #4
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HYDRAULIC ROLLER CAM
RPM RANGE 2200 TO 7000
DURATION 243/[email protected]"
LOPE SEPARATION 112
INTAKE LIFT .633"
EXHAUST LIFT .640"

Hopefully looking at completion before Rally

Dang, that's a Big cam Nathan.
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Old 05-30-2012, 05:18 AM   #5
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Dang, that's a Big cam Nathan.
To say the least!!!
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No, it's not so big. Only about 30" long and weighs about 7 pounds

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I'm no expert, but that cam sounds almost useless in a heavy truck. Somebody take me to school here
What about PTV clearance?
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Have you verified that will fit? That much duration, combined with the 112LSA... No way that'll work. Then throw in .600+ lift. I don't want to be the rain on the parade... But, please please send a PM to Jmgak47 before ordering. He has tried to install a 223/227 112 and it dis NOT work at all, couldnt even turn it over... Anything above a 224/228 113LSA is cutting PTV clearance pretty close. Especially is you have milled and or BV heads.
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Engine is being built by FAST FORWARD RACE ENGINES. I will double check but, I think that is what they gave me.
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Old 05-31-2012, 08:14 AM   #10
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They say not a problem.

Carburated engine valve train geometry has been built to handle cam.

The engine is built to handle the addition of a stand alone nitrous fogger system rated to a maximum 450 shot. We will only be using a 200-250 shot.

Tranny is a modified GM 4L80E with a Ford 9" rear (ratio TBD).

Power to be delivered to ground through 295/65/15 MT Drag radials
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