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cam info

this is some of the best basic cam info youll find so read this first http://www.newcovenant.com/speedcrafter/tech/camshaft/1.htm"

http://www.newcovenant.com/speedcrafter/tech/camshaft/1.htm (lessons 1-8 http://www.mercurycapri.com/technical/engine/cam/lca.html

http://www.mercurycapri.com/technical/engine/cam/lca.html

http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/3000/cmspec.html


http://www.engineparts.com/motorhead/techstuff/stockcspecs/chevrolet.html

http://avs.epix.net/schorrperformance/cams/_ChevySB_279.htm


http://avs.epix.net/schorrperformance/cams/_ChevySB_280-295.htm

http://avs.epix.net/schorrperformance/cams/_ChevyBB_290.htm

http://avs.epix.net/schorrperformance/cams/_ChevyBB_290+.htm


http://www.blueracer.cranecams.com/chevysb.htm


http://ctfba.tripod.com/main/technical/cams/cambasics/cambasics.htm

http://ctfba.tripod.com/main/technical/cams/cambasics/cambasics.htm

http://ctfba.tripod.com/main/technical/cams/cambasics/GraphAttack.htm http://ctfba.tripod.com/main/technical/cams/cambasics/GraphAttack.htm

http://moparjimsgarage.virtualave.net/camvalve.html http://www.federal-mogul.com/speedpro/camshafts_speed_pro.html

some good general info here
look closely at the duration used for each MATCHING rpm range. ALSO KEEP IN MIND THE DCR AND OVERLAP MUST MATCH
look here
these are the valve timeing overlap ranges that are most likely to work correctly
trucks/good mileage towing 10-35 degs overlap
daily driven low rpm performance 30-55degs overlap
hot street performance 50-75 degs overlap
oval track racing 70-95degs overlap
dragster/comp eliminator engines 90-115 degs overlap
but all engines will need the correct matching dcr for those overlap figures to correctly scavage the cylinders in the rpm ranges that apply to each engines use range

http://victorylibrary.com/mopar/cam-tech-c.htm

http://cochise.uia.net/pkelley2/Overlap.html

http://cochise.uia.net/pkelley2/DynamicCR.html



http://www.dragnbreath.com/dragnbreath/TechNotesA/TN8alvesprings.html

http://64.90.9.168/cranecams/pdf/10g.pdf

http://64.90.9.168/cranecams/pdf/512e.pdf

http://www.compcams.com/information/Products/ValveSprings/



http://www.cranecams.com/master/vsprings.htm
 
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