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Posted: Mon Oct 29, 2007 8:24 pm 
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my .550 intake and exhaust lift and 220@50 duration is hell lumpy the motor rocks alot at 800-1000 rpm sounds f**k sweet to.... and all the talk of BIG STALLS NEEDED pfffft....i spin off the line at the moment with the stock 2200 stall and stock ECU... little surprised was the dude who ported my head and ordered the cam lol

 

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Posted: Mon Oct 29, 2007 10:19 pm 
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You know, if you build an engine the right way, even with a decent size cam, like an old school cam like 35/75 with 0.500"+ lift, they only lump when cold, and the lump goes when hot. I used to work on a VW Superbug, had an 1835cc engine, twin 44 IDA Webers, Gene Berg short shifter, close ratio g'box, etc, etc..., anyway the cam was huge, had 300 degrees duration on the inlet, and it didn't lump, and would pull all the way to 8,000rpm. It went hard, bad part was the brakes were sh!t.

 

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