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This project turned out better than expected. The cam has a very nice sound while cruising around town and is very comfortable. That said, it is in no way shape or form a dud. The power and throttle response is instant. Cruising about 50 mph and just rolling on the throttle plants you in the seat and roasts the tires. We have the rev limiter set at 6k and it gets there easily.

It is perfect and the owner is very happy with the cam design. I'm glad I talked him out of using a thumper and using one of your designs instead. Feel free to post on Chevelle as well.

Specs are
10.2:1 454
781 oval port heads with 2.19/1.88 and bowl blend Your legends series cam, hyd lifters and springs.
Scat forged crank and rods internal balance SRP pistons
850 Holley double pumper
Dual plane intake
1966 Chevelle
4 speed

109 Sep

Chris Straub
Mfg Performance Parts

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Why is it we never have time or money to do it the right way in the beginning but we always have time and money to do it over again?

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