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Old 04-26-2016, 10:33 AM
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Thanks again for all the info guys.

looking in to it a bit further, retro roller cams are a bit more expensive than i wanted to go really. This is going to be a weekend street car that doesn't do too many miles, so hopefully it won't be a problem to go solid cam?
If I get the money in a year or so, is it easy to swap in a roller cam?

Reading more about all of the budget heads that i can find and looking further in to 2001Blazer4x4 suggestion, it looks like Pro-filers are pretty highly rated compared the others:

https://www.profilerperformance.com/...ree-heads.html

As they aren't assembled, what other parts would I need to complete them?

would that still work well with the cam i'd found:

Summit Racing® Classic Camshafts SUM-1105 - Free Shipping on Orders Over $99 at Summit Racing

Or is there a better option using the pro-filer heads?

Cheers,
Ben
The Profilers are a great head.Even tho they are slightly higher than the budget heads,they are much better head in quality & performance.Much better.
Competition Products has a head assembly kit,or,IIRC,you can order the Profilers with all the hardware included for $125.
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