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There's a lot of factors involved that will govern rpm range. Need cam specs, carb(s) size, intake design.... have to know that first, once the rpm range is decided upon then you can start doing gear calcs to figure out trap rpm....
 

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Re: Thank you Chris

shark said:
Well the camshaft lift , Intake is 833, exhaust 810, Advertised duration int. 326 , ex. 352, Duration at .050 is Intake 286, exhaust 306, lobe center 114. It has Dart single 4 intake fully ported by Dart, the heads are also fully ported by Dart. The carb is Dominator from Pro Systems 1325 cfm.
According to the card that came with the cam from Crane Cams, recommended rpm range with matching components: minimum rpm 4900, maximum 8900.

Hope this helps,

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AJ
Im by no means a professional at this but I'd say 5.38 mabey more I do not know how much a tire that tall grows
 
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