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Old 11-15-2006, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by k-star
Where did you get the trial sample???? Can you pm me the link??

I have some opinions about this issue but i would like to play with the program first...

Also if you compaired one cam to another and it wasn't a parallel test then you cannot say for sure what the results are...more agressive flat to a mild roller....

One thing to figure in..... If you loose a lobe on a flat tappet cam and need to remove the entire engine,dis-assemble, remove cam bearings and freeze plugs hot tank,grink or polish crank, new main and rod bearings...... The $600 for the roller starts looking like a deal!!!!!IMO


Keith
Don't forget - plenty a guy has fragged a roller lifter as well!! It happens. In fact, Comp Cams says that you should periodically check the rollers, axles, bearings for cracks, wear, etc when you get a set of their Magnum lifters.
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