I would like to use a solid for budget reasons. Which one for a 406 with AFR or Profiler 195's, pump gas, 300-25 Holley. Hoping for 500hp with open 1.75 supercomp's. Thanks
Do you want iron or aluminum ? The Patriot stuff has gotten some good reveiws,I will be using a set for a budget build for a customer.If you want to step it up from there I would look at some of the stuff that Chad Speier has to offer. He does a CNC ported version of the ProComps that is supposed to be killer,or Bryce Mulvey at Dr.J's does some good stuff also.You can also look at some of the RHS stuff,have had good luck with those also.what kinda head would be your choice for above cam if a person was budgeting say about 1000 for heads and interested in above cam? again for a 406 sbc
Sounds nice! What kind of durations are you suggesting? Do you think this would hold up in a street driven app?ive got a nasty solid id turn you onto ,one of my private reserves... its one i used in the engine masters challenge, 547hp/515 trq under 6500 with a 366"cui crate zzzwe tweaked on, it was a pump gas combo ,its an extra velocity lobe that is un beatable for a std. 842" size solid tappet. 400$ for cam and edm oiler lifters ...544/500 lift with 1.6/1.5 rr
Where did you shift on motor? What trans/gear/tire?I ran a herbert solid with great luck.. specs were .540/.520 - 260/270 @ .050 on a 110 LS
Pushed my chevelle at 3450#'s to 12.20's 12.1x's with a 355 ci sbc / flat top piston / pro topline 220 heads 2.02I 1.60EX 64cc chamber / vic jr / 780 vac sec Holley. With a 150 nitrous hit it ran a 11.30.
Ran my car for 2 years like this with hundreds of street miles, and countless bottles of nitrous through it...
Check your inbox when you get a chance. Thanks!my little emc cam is 276 @ .020" / 244 @ .050" / 156 @ .200" .344" lobe lift , go dart iron with my cam , a 200 cc or 220 cc is plenty. my zzz heads were only a 194cc slightly raised and straightend runners. look at an rpm air gap and plan on staying under 6800. torque average is what its all about here. this cam and a new designed head im sure we could make 580 / with 530 ft on pump gas under 6500 in a 383"
I looked at this on the Comp simulator. Depending on the intake and exhaust, it predicted very good numbers at 6500rpm! My only issue is my externally balanced crank. I'm not sure that I want to spin that high. Or maybe I'm being overly cautious?:smt102 Thanks for the recComp Cams 285B6 & a set of 1.6 rockers
If your on a budget call Delta cams ask for Scott ask for that cam on a 110° lobe seperation.
The Crane is better, 530hp on gas with Camel Hump stock intake runnersI looked at this on the Comp simulator. Depending on the intake and exhaust, it predicted very good numbers at 6500rpm! My only issue is my externally balanced crank. I'm not sure that I want to spin that high. Or maybe I'm being overly cautious?:smt102 Thanks for the rec
Got any more info on this motor? When you say "on gas", do you mean race fuel?The Crane is better, 530hp on gas with Camel Hump stock intake runners
No BS numbers from happy dyno. 10.teens @ 131-133mph EVERY pass @ 2850 race weight not pushing the egnine
Since he has left the team, its in his Dragster running 8.60-8.70s
Stock GM block, stock GM crank, flat tops, stock camel hump intake runners, bowl ported, ported and polished exhaust runners, as cast vic jr
Ok, thanks for the info!that cam is running mid to high 11's @116 in a 3700lb vette
BFgoodrich radials 3.73's 700r4 full exhaust
on the chassis dyno it makes power over a 50mph spread and is very drivable
Crane sell the same came under their own part number as do Melling,Elgin,SpeedPro