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Re: cam regrind

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08-27-2013 18:18:21

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well sonny daniels at bullet pulls a m could try his. could try Charles at cam craft he uses the lifters diameter to accelerate the lifter to the max which is always a good thing. just suggestions if wanting something different not saying one is better or worse than any others suggestions.

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08-28-2013 07:47:23

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 Re: cam regrind in reply to MLPANKEY, 08-27-2013 18:18:21  
Mushroom cam followers/lifters have long been a method to allow steeper opening and closing ramps. To gain more area under the curve with the same duration. Chev NASCAR engine builders were using the larger diameter Ford lifter to gain flow. Of course a solid roller cam allows even more breathing.

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08-28-2013 15:22:03

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 Re: cam regrind in reply to buickanddeere, 08-28-2013 07:47:23  
a solid lifter with a tad over 1 inch base can be accelerated the same as a roller wheel diameter of .842 . Most tractors are either 1.250 to 1.5 diameter and can be accelerated as fast or faster than any production roller lifter . Charles at cam craft has a good article on his web site about lifter diameter and acceleration.

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