Procision-Auto wrote:I don't think these guys are here to give away cam specs so the average
member can run off and grind their own cam, or buy from someone else.
I'm sure if the same questions were asked in their shop with money in
hand, the end user would get much more information and a camshaft
When I read posts from the cam design members, I take away something
new each time, however I don't expect them to hold my hand and give
away secrets, or do all the work for me without a dime to their name.
Try this experiment:
Walk into a speed shop empty handed and start asking questions about
Do the same thing with a few $100.00 bills in hand.
Having said that, when I read through this post I can make better judgement
on LSA and some timing events for the application.
Unless we're willing to spend hours on a dyno/track to test these
tips, we have nobody to blame but ourselves for accepting the info.
Hopefully nobody here is expecting an internet cam recommendation
to be 100% optimized for their motor?
if I ran a store this way I would not make much money .............
I have been in retail most of my life and never did I ask someone to show me money before I would talk to them nor did I treat the guy off the street any worse then the full time racer .............
You talk to them and help the best you can and let the chips fall where they my ...........
More then once a guy that I thought had no hope of buying the parts I showed him would pull a roll of bills out and take it all ......... You just never know...... So you are nice to everyone and after a while they know where to come ................
In the case of a cam just becouse you know the specs at 50 and the lift does not mean you can go to someone else and get the same cam there is a lot more to it then that ........