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Will A blower cam work with nitrous.

I was just wondering, will a blower cam work with nitrous? im building a blower motor but wont be able to get the blower till next summer. So i was just going to keep my 64cc heads on and run nitrous until i get the blower, then i'll switch the heads. Just wanted to know if the blower cam will hold up with nitrous, around a 75-150 shot.

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Hi, I'm not clear on what your asking, but here goes. You can use a blower cam
you may just not get the results your looking for, a cam swap is no big deal,
why not put a cam in that will work the way you want for now, then put the
blower cam back in when you put the blower on.
good luck & keep safe,
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In many cases a blower spec cam, wider LSA and additional exhaust duration is exactly what you'd spec for a nitrous grind. So yes, it will work just fine.
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In many cases a blower spec cam, wider LSA and additional exhaust duration is exactly what you'd spec for a nitrous grind. So yes, it will work just fine.
Thanks alot for your reply. So it will be ok to run a blower cam with just nitrous until i get the blower?
I've built engines before, but i've never messed with nitrous before.
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