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Old 10-30-2012, 09:52 AM
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Shane; how does this compare to the GM 'Hot Cam'? You can find them pretty cheap and its a proven street combo
Looks like (Every site seems to have close but different specs) this seems to be rather general.

Lift .492/.492 @1.5
Duration @.006 279*/287*
Duration @ .050 218*/228*
ICL 109*
LSA 112*

pretty close I would say. Maybe I will look into it I have heard its a rather common upgrade for the TPI engines and like you said they can be found for cheap and its been proven before by others.

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