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 Post subject: Re: 377C dyno results
PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2020 3:06 am 
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XAFALCON wrote:
What cam you going to run?

Deciding between

Crane 292-2 Hyd Flat tappet (230/234@50 - .536lift - 114 LSA)
or Crane f238 solid flat tappet (238/248@50 - 550/570 lift - 108LSA)

I'm looking at getting some 351 Hypertecs and having the pin boss drilled to .927


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 Post subject: Re: 377C dyno results
PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2020 5:33 pm 
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I've just changed from the lunati hydraulic roller to one of Brents custom hydraulic roller units and spring package, 235/243 and about .600 lift on 112.
Was quite noisey in the valve train with the lunati cam and spring package but it's alot better now, I'm going to put it on the chassis dyno sometime soon for another run, not sure if it'll make more power but it was money well spent just to get the noisey valve train quieter!


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