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Old 07-20-2011, 08:44 AM
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what cam is good to use for 200/64cc heads on a 350sbc?

I have a 88 ss monte carlo with a 350/350 4 bolt main 125 shot,jasper 700r4 street/strip,12 bolt,hooker comp.headers,electric cut outs ,4:11s in rear and want to wake my engine up.so I bought a edelbrock rpm performer air gap,750 holley double pumper,and some 200/64cc aluminum heads.but I don't know what cam matches this application nor what my fuel ratio will be ??can somone help me on completing my car so I can get more horses?

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hey,

204 int / 214 exh at @.050 lift seems to be the most popular cam grind of the last 5 years.

What are the rpms you are turning at cruising speed?

What is the rpm range of your engine set-up?

What is your accurate compression ratio?
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What torque converter is in the car? A stock torque converter wlll limit your choices.

Crane cams H-278-2 (HMV278-2) #113801 ok with the 2000 stall.
great with a 3000 stall
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Max performance with 3500 stall...............

Hyd = crane H-300-2 #114051 Or Comp cams #12-250-3 (XE-284H-10)

or Sweet street mechanical = (Max perf w/nitrous)
(more rpm)

CRane Cams F280-2 #114681 or Crane F278-2 #113841
Lunati #401A3LUN or #401A6LUN

www.cranecams.com
www.compcams.com
www.lunaticams.com

The real deal on th700r4 high stall lock up torque converters:

www.converter.com
www.converter.cc

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