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Old 05-16-2012, 05:30 PM
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Switching to AFR heads, is my cam ok?

Basics of my engine:
350 4 bolt, .060 over
Flat top pistons (speed pro cast)
Lunati bare bones 1001lk cam
edelbrock intake (dual plane)
Holley 750 vacuum sec
Full headers, 2.5" exhaust, flowmaster 40's
Camel back heads (about 63cc, not the 2.02's)
STOCK gears
Jegs 2400-2700 stall

Basically my neighbor is a cool guy, he's old, retired, tired and he's giving me a set of 64cc aluminum afr heads in exchange for pulling the motor (actually he's giving me the whole motor). I know little about them. He says I have to use the intake he's got because the chambers have been opened up. The intakes are bigger than 2.02 also (I think he said around 2.10?)

I know, there is not alot to go off here, and I'm an amateur who before finding this forum, just threw parts on to see what would happen. Basically he said I should be around 10.5:1cr, and with my cam and these heads my engine should be pretty quick. What do you guys think? Should I change the cam? Will these heads be too much? BTW, I do plan to change to a 4.10 gear in the future.
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