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Old 06-04-2016, 02:50 PM   #1
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532 bbc with a 106, have a new cam on the shelf that is real close to what Comp Cams said I need but the centerline is 112. would advancing it a couple of degrees help it out.
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Old 06-04-2016, 09:15 PM   #2
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With a 532 and a single 106 , I'd retard that! you could run naturally aspirated cam and still spool the turbo.
Hope you have a g trim / 1.5 housing
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^^^X2^^^^ Definitely wouldn't advance it any and run a minimum of 1.5A/R turbine housing. A 2.0 housing would be even better.
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532 bbc with a 106, have a new cam on the shelf that is real close to what Comp Cams said I need but the centerline is 112. would advancing it a couple of degrees help it out.
you need a bigger turbo truth be told, I wouldn't advance it, as others have already said, you need a bigger hotside.
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