Re: Anyone using $500 howard's roller cam with retrofit roller lifters
Funny to fall on this thread, I worked at Howards in the cam shop for 3 years and my most recent engine was for a late model stock car, Mike Hughes, is the cam designer and we worked on a hydraulic roller for my engine, the cam was amazing my rules limited me to vortec heads 1.25 springs (1.5 1.94valves) 355ci, performer rpm intake, and a 2300 2bbl carb we made over 400 hp with my combo and the first time practicing the car we were making laps that were among the fastest qualifiying laps any night on a horrible setup and old tires!
The best thing about the Howards stuff is that it is ground on a Landis CNC machine and Checked on an Adcole machine.
Give Billy Fischer at Howards a call at 920-233-5228
forums are great but talking to a professional will leave you feeling great.
Their products are less money because they do huge volume now the cnc machine can complete a cam in about 10 min, it used to take me a minimum of an hour per cam on the manual Berco machines Howards had before switching the majority of the work to the Landis.