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Im detuning my NOS 408,12.5 1,big roller to a

408,11.1 comp and i need a cam to match the compresion and not to slow the car down to much from its best 154mph @3320..

i want to run a solid roller,tight nos converter,4.10s,30 tall drag radial,
23 deegree high ports 256 runner,flow [email protected] lift

bullet cams gave me this recomendation
263-271 @50
661 lift
112 ls

im running a fogger and a plate for nos

thought this one maybe too small to still crack into the 8s
 

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I'd say 10 to 15 bigger @ 50, .080 too .100 more lift and 2 more degrees LS it will be a real pig NA but run like hell on squirt
 

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i want to run a solid roller,tight nos converter,4.10s,30 tall drag radial,
23 deegree high ports 256 runner,flow [email protected] lift

bullet cams gave me this recomendation
263-271 @50
661 lift
112 ls

BINGO!!

I'd advance that cam maybe 4 to 6 degrees and you will have it

Tom
 

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My 2 cents:
I can't say that's too bad. They may be putting a little focus into making it not be too much of a pig on the mtr. Plus, I have heard that bullit makes great cams, if the profile is aggressive then the .050 numbers do not tell the entire story, the .200 & .300 may be similar to some 280 @ .050 cams. I have no idea, have never used them.

You know I've ran 9.39 @ 144 at 3,520 lbs with a slapper bar car and a big shot plate. My heads flow less than yours (290 @ .700), less compression (only 10.6:1), a few more cubes (434). My cam is 256/264 @ .050 and .624 lift.

So, I can see 8's with what bullit recommended.

Good Luck!
 

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BINGO, before you know it YDLUZ you will be there, stay focused you are on the right track, I like your cam numbers they are in the right direction.

Tom :-D :-D :-D
 
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