Posted by Rob Mazza on January 20, 2013 at 03:47:50 from (220.127.116.11):
Guys I have a super m that I'm rebuilding. I want to hop it up some, I bought a carb, governor, electronic dist from Dennys Carb shop, Thats another story,,,, Had all this stuff on the tractor and a head gasket started to leak, so I pulled the motor out and it's now at the engine shop. I want to put high compression pistons in, what about the cam? Will a stock cam be fine or does someone make a better cam for what I want to do? and if so who's the best to go to? or what other things can I do to have a real good running Super M
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