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08-09-2010 09:28 PM
DoubleVision The comp cams high energy 268 will serve you fine.
It`ll give you a slight lope at idle plus it won`t kill off low end torque.
08-09-2010 07:41 PM
help on finding the right cam.......

i have a bone stock, org 72 350 motor that i would like to up grade some what. i need help figuring out the correct cam to use. my car will be a mostly street car very little track time. just a cruiser. would like a good sound a lope to it. so far the 350 motor i said is a stock strong runner, is has a set of alum corvette heads,performer RPM intake and edel 600 carb. headers with full exhaust. some help on locating a cam???? im sure you guys could throw some numbers at me.... thanks aganin

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