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Old 09-21-2008, 09:04 PM
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i have recently rebuilt my 350, and installed a rv cam, what would be the best headers to use to complement this cam

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You might want to check out Hedman "Tork-Step" model which emphasizes lower-midrange torque/lower rpm which is what your cam choice would work best with. Generally, you'll want to stay with anything thats smaller diameter (1-1/2" or 1-5/8") and longer length primary tube (28-33"), and smaller collector diameter (2-1/2") to emphasize that lower rpm powerband. Also consider 2-1/4" or 2-1/2" duals system with an x-pipe or crossover/balance pipe located slighlty rearward of the collectors to further reinforce the bottom end-midrange, as with that RV grind cam you're not gonna need alot of breathing above 4500 anyway. -Just my 2 cents worth, but I'm sure you'll hear pretty much the same from others on this site. Good luck with your setup and keep everyone informed with how your choice(s) works out for you- as that's how we all learn and grow in our knowledge on this site.-Jim
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OOOOOPS- I forgot to say- WELCOME to the site.-Jim
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