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  1. #21
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    that much head peaking at 5600 on a 362 is impressive , what was lift at the valve ?

  2. #22
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    .704 - intake
    .691 - exhaust

  3. #23
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    This same topend (brodix track 1's-241cc) made 714hp on a 409ci (4.165 X 3.75) engine before I pulled it off and put it on the 362ci.

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    Funny how I wanted more lift from the cam I was having ground but my cam guy insisted I was outta whack in the head. I was looking for mid .600s and he insisted all I needed was about .560.

    Well after a back and forth he ground a .580-ish one for me. And I bought a house grind Howards ground with .599/.616 lobes on a 108. Hope to get both on a dyno to see the difference.

    These are FT grinds btw. All of my buddies rollers are in that mid 600s range in their 362 spec motors. Mine is a 388 with 294 cfm flow on the intake side. Iron heads.
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    I think he is trying to focus on the bell curve, and the width of that lift profile, instead of how high the lift peak is.

    Did he say to increase the rocker ratio ?

    294 cfm isnt bad with a iron head, how big is the port? 220 or bigger?

    Just say no...

  6. #26
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    Any cam ground on 108* lobe seperation won't work very good ina 350-362 ci. In a 415-430 they work good.The raised runner iron heads will flow 342cfm @ .700 with a 260cc port.

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