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sbc 400 cam selection

Blockc sbc 400 .040 bored, flat top hypereutectic pistons, eeagle crank/rods.
Heads: procomp 64cc 2.02, angled plugs, 1.6 roller rockers.

Th350c w/3.73 gears.

Any suggestions on camshafts? Comp...crane...flat tap...hydraulic? ? Looking for some direction.

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roller hydraulic?

what is the deck height and CR?
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The block is stock. All but the .040 bore.
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measure the deck height
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Needs more specific information on the engine, car and purpose and performance goal.
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5.7 crank. 3.75 rods.stock deck height. Its an 84 cutlass. Building it for 1/4 mile.
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dont do any work on the engine without getting someone to look at your engine
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Lol for a cam selection?? All im looking for is different opinions on types of cams I should go with.
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whats that supposed to mean?

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Lol for a cam selection?? All im looking for is different opinions on types of cams I should go with.
Cam types? If you race get a solid roller cam
Brand name,doesnt matter if its a reputable name,custon fit to match other parts

Only you know the parts list and deck height and static compression Ratio?
You can do the math
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