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Re: cam regrind

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Ben There and moved on

08-27-2013 09:05:36
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Baker can build some good running tractors but his cams suck. Find someone that cam grind it without the large amount of overlap that he has. You need more intake duration than exhaust duration.




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Josh Blackburn

08-27-2013 17:11:44
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Ben There and moved on, 08-27-2013 09:05:36  
Never seen a good running tractor with a sucky cam lol. We've pulled against a lot of baker engines and they run fantastic. Tons of torque and throttle response and power. You probably didn't degree your cam in proper. Just threw it in and expected big results.



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Foghorn

08-27-2013 16:19:31
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Ben There and moved on, 08-27-2013 09:05:36  
Really....don"t tell his customers how bad he is....what have you built? Other than alot of names....casecase,lapuller,Ed ky&mmmmmmmm ....oh how"s the weather in In.? Email open FYI



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A.P.

08-27-2013 12:21:58
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Ben There and moved on, 08-27-2013 09:05:36  
Large amounts of overlap? Doesn"t sound like a Baker spec. cam for a low RPM motor to me. What was/is your application and how long ago was the cam done?



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Dodgeit

08-27-2013 11:11:21
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Ben There and moved on, 08-27-2013 09:05:36  
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Could you be more specific? I have a baker ground cam in my CASE 711b 267 cubes. She'll pull the sled with the weight all the way forward, throttled back to 800 RPMs in third gear, in 7k, 7.5k and 8.5k 3.5mph

So a little more information, would be helpful. Like what classes, how fast? Your statement painted a pretty broad stroke.



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BewThere and moved on

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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Dodgeit, 08-27-2013 11:11:21  
Baker can build some strong motors but there are better cams than what he sells. His cams are better than a stock cam, BUT they are not the best.

If you take the time to air flow your head, manifolds, and carburetor and then design a cam that balances both the intake and exhaust. You will get a cam that completely different than what Baker sells.

Baker may be your motor building god. but his cams could be a lot better.

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jd plowboy

08-27-2013 13:31:40
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Dodgeit, 08-27-2013 11:11:21  
thats hard to beleive at 800 rpms in 3rd gear. you need to bring it to our sleds and it wont pull them like that. 267 cubes aint enough for those classes in 3rd gear



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Dave SE Mich

08-28-2013 05:23:30
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to jd plowboy, 08-27-2013 13:31:40  
3rd gear in a Case 700/800 series at full throttle is only about 3 mph, really quite slow and maybe about the same as 1st or 2nd in other brands.



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Dieselbear

08-27-2013 14:07:49
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to jd plowboy, 08-27-2013 13:31:40  
maybe their chain is ten foot long and sandy ground



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M.Genrich

08-27-2013 16:27:40
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Dieselbear, 08-27-2013 14:07:49  
I think the ten foot chain in sandy ground only works on a H farmall with a ten pound home made weight up front pulling 8500!



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Dodgeit

08-27-2013 15:54:35
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 Re: cam regrind in reply to Dieselbear, 08-27-2013 14:07:49  
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Nope hard red clay. Dont know chain lenght, but it's not ten feet. Hey it's just brush pulling here for the most part, and not the point I was trying to make.

The guy was trashing Baker cams, and I gave a counter.



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