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E-85 408 DART
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Reged: Aug 22 2008
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street/strip 360 cam help
      #4945924 - Tue Jan 13 2009 05:38 PM

so car weighs 3400 ,3:91, 4-speed street/strip .already have eddy heads may or may not get ported but will get good valve job .hughes roller rockers,kb-107s,700dp w/proform main body ect..need help with cam !!

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Jacob Pitt
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Re: street/strip 360 cam help [Re: E-85 408 DART]
      #4946074 - Tue Jan 13 2009 06:16 PM

I put a Lunati Voodoo cam .517 lift in the 360 I built for my Mom's Duster. It is pump gas and about 10.2to1 compression. Steel worked J heads, 750, Airgap, 3200lbs and has run 11.70's in the 1/4 with an ignition problem. 7.44@91 was the best in the 1/8th. It idles at 800rpm and makes great torque. Car has gone 1.62 60'. Good luck. I don't know if this is the best cam for you but it's a good cam. A nice hydraulic roller would be cool.

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WILD BILL
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Re: street/strip 360 cam help [Re: Jacob Pitt]
      #4946126 - Tue Jan 13 2009 06:28 PM

Gina's 72 has almost the same set up. Only difference between hers and your is the auto trans.

We have a Luanti Vodoo cam in it. Jegs PN 638-60403LK

We got it together just before the season ended so we have yet to get the combo fine tuned but it has gone a best of 12.97.


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68DART360
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Re: street/strip 360 cam help [Re: E-85 408 DART]
      #4946132 - Tue Jan 13 2009 06:30 PM

I loved the comp cams 305 magnum cam .525 lift. I ran 12.00 with stock smog heads. 360, performer rpm intake, 3.91 gear.

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justinp61
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Reged: Oct 01 2003
Loc: W. Kentucky
Re: street/strip 360 cam help [Re: E-85 408 DART]
      #4946137 - Tue Jan 13 2009 06:31 PM

I have a Hughes 3742 hydraulic in my 11.2-1 340 in a street/strip 3300# 69 Dart. It has gone 7.24 @ 95.04 with a 1.533 60'. You'll need a good converter though, mine is a 9.5" 4400 stall.

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patrick
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Reged: Jan 20 2003
Loc: Grand Haven, MI
Re: street/strip 360 cam help [Re: justinp61]
      #4946264 - Tue Jan 13 2009 07:19 PM

hydraulic or solid? flat tappet or roller?

I'll probably suggest smaller on the race board than most, but I'd keep .050 duration down to the 224-230 range for .050 duration on the intake for good streetability.

hydraulic, I'd look at a voodoo 670403 or comp XE275HL, or similar .050 duration hughes grind.

juice roller, I'd look at a comp XR274HR or XR280HR or similar duration hughes grind....

solid, probably something designed for a ford .875" lifter for a flat tappet--I'd be real leery of a comp MM lobe cam for low maintainence street duty...roller, again I wouldn't go super aggressive (even though you don't have to worry so much about eating lobes) to get some semblance of sping life. for a solid, I'd probably look for one that has 230-245 .050 duration on the intake.

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E-85 408 DART
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Re: street/strip 360 cam help [Re: patrick]
      #4946953 - Wed Jan 14 2009 03:16 AM

thanks for all of the help guys !!i think i have it narrowed down to just 3 cams .comps (xs282s)solid (xe275hl)hyd ,or even lunati (lun-60403lk) .now will these cams all work with the ootb edelbrock springs . and if i go with the solid do i just drop the lifters in and go or is there some oil mods that should be done .thanks again

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