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post #1 of 4 Old 01-24-2011, 08:19 AM Thread Starter
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Exhaust Cam for a drag/nos set up??

good moring,
im about to jump into some headwork on my 3rd gen, and looking for opinions on an exhaust cam. Bike will be primarily a drag bike, ported head, .45 hg, kawi race intake cam, (382L; 296D) Full system No secondaries, extended revs 13,650, 40 dry NOS shot, on MRX01.

My question is on an exhuast cam for my set up.

On the exhuast side, i am considering
-stock 08 exhaust 325 lift; 280 duration
-stock 04 exhuast 325 lift; 292 duration
-modded 04 stock intake 358 lift; 300 duration
-modded 08 stock intake 382 lift; 292 duration
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Overlap, and where do you plan to run the cam timing?
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Overlap, and where do you plan to run the cam timing?
Forgive my ignorance...not to sure about overlap and the timing I'm thinking 110/102, but I'm guessing that would be determined by the cam choice.
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Forgive my ignorance...not to sure about overlap and the timing I'm thinking 110/102, but I'm guessing that would be determined by the cam choice.
well, overlap will be the amount of the duration where the intake and the exhaust valve are opened simultaneously.
as for th 110/102, what is this in reference to mid duration peak lift after top dead center? TDC? I hope not lol
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