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Old 06-18-2009, 01:44 PM
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I need a recomendation for the e1090 camshaft. the generic ".600" lift" springs have the opened and closed poundages but I am reluctant to use those on a 7000RPM engine, anyone have experience with this cam? I know its used a lot in budget racing.
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I assume you talking elgin cam? not familiar with the numbers can you let me know solid or hyd.? lift and duration maybe I can help ya.
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287/295 256/264 .358/.371 (lobe lift) .537/.557 (with 1.5 rockers)
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Use springs 98212 about $50. ive got the 1091 solid cam and those springs.
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For a Few Dollars More

For a Few Dollars More the 98213 are pretty tuff and have used many sets. Some have been running over .500 for 10+yrs in both solid and hyd. My $0.02 anyway
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