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"Strong mid-range", "2200+ stall"
The Sizzler is rated to stall at 1500 to 1700 behind a small block, so in my opinion, this cam would be too soggy on the bottom for the converter you have. That cam should work well with 9.75:1 to 10.0:1 static compression ratio and a 2500 stall converter.
 

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thanx for the advices,well the engine it's not completely stock, it has Edelbrock alu heads, 70cc,170 runners, flat top pistons .030 and a mild intake (performer), and Magnum roller rockers 1.52 ratio.
has been completely rebuilt, there was a Edelbrock performer plus camshaft wich work great at the bottom end with a faboulous throttle response, this time with the new cyl heads i've thought to get a hotter cam and keeping the bottom end and vacuum i need for 4wheeling.
probably the Comp cams is too much for my converter and it's better to put the Edelbrock performer again.
thank you.
 
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