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Okay so I found a set of edelbrock rpm heads that have light porting intake and exhaust comp cams valve springs milled to 59cc my dilemma is do I buy these can get them for 600 or wait and buy tw 170 track heat, another question what is a cam that could be ran with edelbrock head
 

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Okay so I found a set of edelbrock rpm heads that have light porting intake and exhaust comp cams valve springs milled to 59cc my dilemma is do I buy these can get them for 600 or wait and buy tw 170 track heat, another question what is a cam that could be ran with edelbrock head
You should base that decision on available funds (if that is an issue) and what flow rate the engine you are building needs or works best with.


To choose a cam go to CamQuest, enter your engine specifications and let it choose what lift and duration would work best for your combo. You don't have to use their exact chosen cam. You can use the specs they provide to choose any cam you want.
 

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Funds is not so much the problem I just want to have a stock bottom end 302 that can run low 12's high 11's all motor I just thought maybe it was a good deal
 

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Funds is not so much the problem I just want to have a stock bottom end 302 that can run low 12's high 11's all motor I just thought maybe it was a good deal
It probably is a good deal, which I would probably take advantage of. Either set should work to make your goals achievable.
 

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I agree to use camquest, but I want to bring up when choosing the cam: to Becareful since the heads have been milled down. So take into consideration lift and rocker size. Just an idea, maybe you should get the heads and check ptv before getting the cam so you are more prepared for the selection.
 

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dreamstang said:
I agree to use camquest, but I want to bring up when choosing the cam: to Becareful since the heads have been milled down. So take into consideration lift and rocker size. Just an idea, maybe you should get the heads and check ptv before getting the cam so you are more prepared for the selection.
They have bin milled to 59cc
 

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im sure that isnt enough to make a big difference. i just always get paraiod about purchase stuff and not knowing if you have clearance. :good:
Yea I know that's why I am concerned I have a friend who has stock piston with n41 cam and afr 185s and no problems

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04machazblue said:
Yea I know that's why I am concerned I have a friend who has stock piston with n41 cam and afr 185s and no problems
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