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Ok so im in the middle of a budget motor build, so far i have gotten a complete vavle job with a slight mill, wossner 13:7.1 stock bore pistons, stock connecting rods ,lighten and balanced crankshaft, 08 race intake cam and 06 stock exhaust cam.

Now in the process of putting the motor together and double/triple checking everything, i noticed that the 06 stock exhaust cam had a lobe that was slightly damaged,which would effect my lift. ( i brought this used cam off ebay for about $65 ). So now that i have to buy a new one, im trying to decide if its worth buying another exhaust cam or should i just use my 08 stock exhaust cam and degree them. Which combo do yall think would be better.

1. 08 race intake cam / 08 stock exhaust cam

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2. 08 race intake cam / 04-07 stock exhaust cam

( and just so yall know i have looked everywhere for the 08-10 race exhaust cam, it is discontinued. )
 

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Ok so im in the middle of a budget motor build, so far i have gotten a complete vavle job with a slight mill, wossner 13:7.1 stock bore pistons, stock connecting rods ,lighten and balanced crankshaft, 08 race intake cam and 06 stock exhaust cam.

Now in the process of putting the motor together and double/triple checking everything, i noticed that the 06 stock exhaust cam had a lobe that was slightly damaged,which would effect my lift. ( i brought this used cam off ebay for about $65 ). So now that i have to buy a new one, im trying to decide if its worth buying another exhaust cam or should i just use my 08 stock exhaust cam and degree them. Which combo do yall think would be better.

1. 08 race intake cam / 08 stock exhaust cam

OR

2. 08 race intake cam / 04-07 stock exhaust cam

( and just so yall know i have looked everywhere for the 08-10 race exhaust cam, it is discontinued. )
I thoght this 08-10 race exhaust cam was the same part # as the 06-07 stock exhaust cam? Seems like you had the right exhaust cam, but it was damaged.
 
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