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Old 05-07-2010, 06:12 AM
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Migh just go with that... I was also checking out this isky cam at summit CL201281
you need to give up on hydraulic cams, they have no business in a engine looking to go over 6,000 RPM.

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Oh yea forgot about tat let me go back and look up a solid(mechanical lift)
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Hey Dreadhead..........been reading all the comments, your first post said something about this being for the street?? Just a word of caution and then I'm done...DON'T build a race car engine for the street, you will be highly disappointed in it's street-ability and manners.
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Thanx 327 nut. And it turns out I have the stock 327 dome pistons which was used with 64cc heads... I just don't see how lowering the combution chamber by 9 would boost the compression so high ????
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