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Can any one show me the correct way to go about setting a custom cut cam with some after market heads.

What do I pay attenchun too?
 

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In that case I'd run a medium cam, such as something like a 228/228 .585/.585 on a 114LSA.
Maybe a little bigger even, 230-232 possibly.

Combine it with a set of AFR 205 heads, and it would make sick power. :thumbsup:

Not as much power as a big cam with 225 heads, but as that would hardly be driveable, this milder setup would be easy to tune for driveability. :)
 

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In that case I'd run a medium cam, such as something like a 228/228 .585/.585 on a 114LSA.
Maybe a little bigger even, 230-232 possibly.

Combine it with a set of AFR 205 heads, and it would make sick power. :thumbsup:

Not as much power as a big cam with 225 heads, but as that would hardly be driveable, this milder setup would be easy to tune for driveability. :)
Thanks again for the help.
Now I just wanted to understand more in depth Dynamic Compression, Lobe Seperation, and just matchin the heads up perfectly.
 

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Its all in the tune Even a big cam can be livable on the street with the right tune. Hell mine is huge and still will put around town with the Air on. And I don't even have heads.
 

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Its all in the tune Even a big cam can be livable on the street with the right tune. Hell mine is huge and still will put around town with the Air on. And I don't even have heads.
Whats the specs on your cam?
 

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I have the Texas-Speed Magic stick 3 cam. 237/242 .603/.609 110-114 LSa is their advertised specs. when It came in my cam card listed 238/242 .605/.612 and mine is a 114 LSA for Nitrous reasons.
 
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