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Old 07-25-2010, 06:22 AM
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recamming the sbc 406 questions

going with an isky hydraulic roller
cam card here.
anyone use this cam ?
i got 3:93 rear ratio and 2500 stall converter on a built th350.
brodix -10 aluminum heads
11:1 compression
also I got 150 nitrous shot on the plate.
will this cam work ????
thoughts???



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Just a couple of thoughts.
1. You may need a little more converter.
2. If you plan to use the full range of the cam up to 7000, you will need a rev kit in the lifter valley. Juice rollers are heavy and will tend to leave the lobe profile at 6200-6400, depending on whose lifter you're using.
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Sounds good but as mentioned might could use a little more converter an might even think of a little more gear. Depends on tires. Make sure you have some decent fuel flow.
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I got a 3000 stall converter with anti ballooning plate just incase.
ill wait on the gearing because im told the 406 will pull those gears without a problem but ill see i guess.
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Just a couple of thoughts.
1. You may need a little more converter.
2. If you plan to use the full range of the cam up to 7000, you will need a rev kit in the lifter valley. Juice rollers are heavy and will tend to leave the lobe profile at 6200-6400, depending on whose lifter you're using.
going with the whole matched isky kit.

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I already got a crane rev kit but thinking i might need to change due to the differences (from flat tappet to roller)
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