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Old 04-29-2010, 03:58 PM   #21
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I think I am going with the hyd roller.

Duration at .050" is 218/224, IIRC, advertised is 268-270ish, but .495"/.502" lift.

EA gives this cam gobs more power/torque (think 40 HP and 30 ft-lbs peak, about 12HP, 14ft-lb average) between 3-6K RPM than an L79, with no loss in bottom end torque.

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