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Old 12-30-2007, 07:22 PM
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your opinion on isky racing cams

I want to know what you think about your experience with isky racing cams. Preferrably about the 280 duration or the 292 duration

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the 292 has a nice lump and lope they have always been good cams but it also depends on what your doing with it also
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I have used Isky hydraulic flat tappet cams in several sbc builds and never a problem. Thier quality is top notch and they make great power with properly matched componets.
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About 10 years ago I walked into Isky's sales office in Gardena, CA and there standing behind the counter was Ed Iskenderian himself. The guy is a legend in the hotrodding community and still "works" for a living.

Isky has been around at least as long as Edelbrock and their reputation is just as good if not better. Isky has always been my first choice in cams and I used one in my hemi powered Chevy pickup and have another one ready to go into the hemi thats going in my Deuce project. Its very hard to do any better than an Isky cam.

Damn! I sound just like an Isky commercial.
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I have used Isky products and I am very very pleased. Top Quality products, tech support that is A-1. and products that perform to there promises.
Can`t ask for better than that.
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I have been using Isky cams for about 30 years now, the thing I like most about
Isky is the quality.

Over the last 5 or so years I've been drag racing with their solid lifter flat
tappet oval track cams. These cams make awesome power at a low price.
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your opinion on isky racing cams

best on the market ,
run a stall if your going auto- matic
about 2800 will do
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