Originally Posted by wadedog
at 4500= 273.5
at 4600 =287.0
at 4700 = 293.0
at 4800 = 294.3
at 4900 = 292.3
at 5000 = 288.9
at 5600 = 269.3
the peak torque was 327.6 at 4600
at 5700 = 262.3
at 6200 = 223.5
with thedigital box no dist module is used and davis coil is in use.
87 octane 350 readings... for now it's not the distributor. Your combo is tried and true and typically produces upwards of 450HP and 450 or more Ftlbs of torque.
What intake do you have?
Last year I had a similar situation. Decided to change out the cam thinking it was a bad grind or something. When I pulled the intake I noticed it had the worst window match I'd ever seen.
It was an Edelbrock performer.. <good manifold but thick lipped and intended for porting. Before I got through with the porting I'd taken about .225" off the top off three of the intake ports on the manifold and close to a hundred off the bottoms of most of them. About a hundred off one side of a couple; kept on and trimmed the head ports and sanded the gaskets a bit to get it real close............
Stayed with my plan and changed out to a lesser cam anyway, <wish now I hadn't. Long story short it went from Jeckel to Hyde. It's one of the strongest 350s in the neighborhood..
Your heads are excellent, have big port windows and need the right intake to get a good window match.. I don't know... I'd like to verify the cam is a 60105lk and not defective in timing or something. Something is bad wrong..
Do you have a dial indicator and degree wheel?