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Old 07-12-2008, 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Opti
You really like that cam dont you.

That son of a ***** is huge. I really like that its ground on a 106 though, I always hated that all the EFI guys run these wide LSA cams cause the big cam grinders think a 106 or 107 will not work with EFI. BS.

As far as im concerned a 106 is the only way to go on a SBC.

Do you have experience with this cam. The car will be very very occasionally street driven (probably just to and from the track).
Yes I do , and yes you can drive it on the street (and to the track)
If you set the carb and distributor up properly with vacuum advance you'll find the street cruising and fuel mileage accepable for a racey motor.

These guys in Texas

have a great transmission- racing torque converter package for you.
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