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Just wondering if anyone is using this cam and how well it works. It`s a Lunati solid roller for SBC with 250/[email protected] and .591/.597 lift on a 106LSA. Thanks.
=sschevellefan said:Just wondering if anyone is using this cam and how well it works. It`s a Lunati solid roller for SBC with 250/[email protected] and .591/.597 lift on a 106LSA. Thanks.
Your right Mike. I don`t have a motor built yet, I was just wondering if anyone was running it.Wolfplace said:=
Hate to be picky but,,, I think even Harold is going to have a little trouble with this one without some more info,,,
It would help to know if you have a 265 or a 421 or something in between along with compression, intake, heads, carb, gear, weight, intended use,,,,,
It will work great for what it was intended for.
=sschevellefan said:Your right Mike. I don`t have a motor built yet, I was just wondering if anyone was running it.
I`m thinking about building a 11 to 1 383 with either AFR or Dart Iron Eagle heads. Thats about as far as I got. My buddy gave me a 350 4 bolt shortblock, the car has a TH350 tranny, I`ve got 4.56 gears in a box. I already have 1 3/4" headers and a complete MSD set up in the car now. I did`nt think it was too much cam since it only has a few degrees more duration than my old solid cam but I`ve never run a roller and I thought it would be a good step up.
Thanks for the replies and if you got any other input lets hear it.
Thanks for the specs. I don`t have a new catalog, I was looking at the online catalog and could`nt find either cam. They look better than what I was looking at. Thanks again to all who offered input.Wainman said:501C1LUN cam specs:
255/263 @ 0.050
501C2LUN is the same cam except for lobe centers (As Harold said)
Pages 52 and 68 of new Lunati catalog.