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« on: April 29, 2019, 01:22:12 PM »
So I have this cam that I got in a package deal. I'm thinking it's too big for my boat, 18' Rogers Super Cyclone, JB-A. 

But I thought I'd refer to the experts.

I'm building a ~10:1 468 with 781 heads and a tunnel ram, I have OT Bassetts. 

Cam specs are:

Solid flat tappet
110 LSA
106 IC
Duration: 306
@.050: 260
.629 lift

  • Boat #1: '76 Rogers Super Cyclone



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« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2019, 09:06:30 PM »
So I have this cam that I got in a package deal. I'm thinking it's too big for my boat, 18' Rogers Super Cyclone, JB-A. 

But I thought I'd refer to the experts.

I'm building a ~10:1 468 with 781 heads and a tunnel ram, I have OT Bassetts. 

Cam specs are:

Solid flat tappet
110 LSA
106 IC
Duration: 306
@.050: 260
.629 lift

If the cam fits into the cam tunnel, I don't believe it's too big.

Be able to control the water to the headers or run dry.

And the impeller might need a trim to an AB or B

Dan'l
CJ/RR 212...under construction  "Pistol Annie"

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« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2019, 01:14:24 AM »
Im interested in cam if your not gonna use it.   


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