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Old 07-21-2006, 01:11 PM
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blower cam specs

I can get this cam cheap. It is for a blower motor. Do you guys think it would work good.

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Old 07-21-2006, 01:27 PM
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you need to give more info.
ford,chevy,mopar,pontiac,olds,buick???
cubic inches
cc volumes
flow
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pistons
carbs or injection
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trans
trans break or not
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it's best to have this info to tell what cam should be used
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you need to give more info.
ford,chevy,mopar,pontiac,olds,buick???
cubic inches
cc volumes
flow
heads
pistons
carbs or injection
compression
boost
stall convertor
trans
trans break or not
rear end gear
tire diameter
it's best to have this info to tell what cam should be used

.030 350 chevy
64cc heads
200cc ports
speed pro blower pistons
2 650 holleys
8.2 compression
12-15 boost 6-71 blower
3500 stall, turbo 400, no trans brake
4.10 dana rear
32 tall tires
going in a 1500 lb street T bucket
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Old 07-21-2006, 02:29 PM
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sound good 2 me

it sounds like a good cam to run you dont really want a big lope cam
im using a 262 cam
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Seems to me like quite a bit of duration for the engine size. Even with a blower sitting atop it. I honestly dont know a great deal about superchargers, but it seems you'd be okay with less duration, as the cylinders should fill rather quickly given that the air/fuel will be under pressure.
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sounds like it would work real nice.
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That cam will work but, is a little long on duration. It won't hurt much with a blower like it would N/A. The blower is going to cover it up just fine. Your car is extremely light as well so you don't need a bunch of low end torque. You might get a bit of blower surge with that cam (which is not a bad thing). Just depends on what you want. Since it's a T-bucket, I doubt you will be racing much. It will be one wild ride though I can tell you that. Be careful.
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