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Old 01-05-2008, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Siggy_Freud
I guess the main point I want to get across is to not rule out full roller rockers for fear of maintenence.

If cost is an issue, there are ways to alter the block using a holding plate in the lifter valley so that you can run a stock roller cam setup in a block that would normally require retro lifters. A retro roller cam setup can be very expensive.
I just looked through my summit catalog and got off the phone with their tech people and yeah, retro roller stuff is damn expensive.

If I go with the 305, I'm looking at a Lunati Voodoo cam (.437 in./.454 exh)
LUN-60100 at summit for reference.

In the 350, I'm looking at the Voodoo roller cam with a (.507/.515)
This one is LUN-60120 at summit.

I'll post the specs for the motor in a different thread when I get to it, so I guess in this thread I was looking for the pros-cons of the roller rockers vs. roller tips for my planned build and which one would be more reliable over the long haul.
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