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STREET ROLER / Performance Level 4
- Intended for performance oriented hotstreet
applications. 8620 steel billet.

RPM Power Range: 3250 to 7250 / Redline: 7750 maximum.

Grind Lobe Center Adv Duration Duration @ 050 Lift 1.5 rocker

290R 290 260 585​
112° 296 266 597

Or: MECHANICAL ROLLER-Best for Pro Street 3200 to 7200 XR292R
Adv duration Lift Duration @ 050 Lobe sep
292 297 .582 .588 254 260 110°


I run a B&M Holeshot 3000, 4.10 gears, 28" tire. Vehicle weight 3500 lbs.

Motown 220's 2.08 Intake 1.60 exhaust
Motown Single Plane
10:1 Compression
The cam thats in there right now is 525 / 516 lift
244 / 252 @ 050

Hydraulic Flat tappet

I already have 1.6 rockers




 

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I agree it won't make power to 7000. When most cam company's rate their cams from lets say 3000-7000, thats rated in a 355. That same cam in my 427 might make power from 2500-6500. I am just saying if i am going to upgrade the cam , I should go solid roller for more power.

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I agree solid rollers are tough on components when driven on the street. The valve spring pressures are alot heavier and its got to be harder on valve guides and roller rockers.

Dave
 
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