Re: Help With Choosing Camshaft
Depends a little on what you're looking for. If you want a good off idle to a decent midrange performer I'd recommend Comp Cams Part# 10-200-4 (grind #A 252H-10). This cam has a duration of 206 at .050 lift, slightly bumpier than stock it provides good low rpm performance. If you want to bump your power range up a little ( about 1250-3000) you could go with their #10-201-4 (grind# A 260H-10) with a duration of 212 at .050. This is a little warmer, but shouldn't hurt idle quality significantly. The next step up is# 10-202-4 (grind #A 268H-10) with a duration of 218 @ .050 this is starting to get lumpy, idle quality is noticably affected but you should still have a somewhat decent idle. Midrange rpm produces good power (1750- 3500 rpm). I wouldn't really recommend higher than this.
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