|01-12-2006 02:39 PM|
Aside from the cam being wrong, there is a "tolerance stack up" that should be considered. Quality Control has specs it lives within or, plus or minus so much. Your crank snout keyway is plus or minus, your lower sprocket key way is plus or minus, the sprockets themselves are plus or minus and the cam is plus or minus.
It doesnt take long to see that you'd have to be one lucky S.O.B. to have the cam timing come out perfect without checking and adjusting.
|01-12-2006 02:26 PM|
|Rick WI||It's always nice to know that the cam is ground correctly and to verify the cam is installed exactly like the cam card specs. Since most all our cams are custom ground we degree in each one. With a stock type application lining up the dots will be more than adequate 99.99%. As it sounds like Savman must have found out there is that chance a cam is ground incorrectly.|
|01-12-2006 02:03 PM|
|01-12-2006 01:59 PM|
How imoportant is it to degree in a cam. On a stock type sbc 350 with a mild cam, how important is this procedure?