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Old 01-25-2012, 12:12 PM
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Need to know what cam I have guy gave me a cam for my 460 have no clue what to run with it as far as valve springs ect... Can anyone point me in right direction

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Old 01-25-2012, 01:29 PM
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Need to know what cam I have guy gave me a cam for my 460 have no clue what to run with it as far as valve springs ect... Can anyone point me in right direction
The right direction is to use it for a doorstop. Co-ordinated cam & kit just don't cost that much
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The right direction is to use it for a doorstop. Co-ordinated cam & kit just don't cost that much
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Need to know what cam I have guy gave me a cam for my 460 have no clue what to run with it as far as valve springs ect... Can anyone point me in right direction
When you get bored you can heat it up and bend it to look likes arms and legs and braze them to a block. Looks pretty cool. But yeah don't mix and match valve train stuff.
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is it a new cam.. if not then , scrap it. if it's a flat tappet cam
now if it's a roller.. thats a horse of a different color, no fear use'n a used roller cam.. as long as it doesn't show wear..
the end of the cam, should have numbers on it..
google can be your friend here..
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