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#1 Yamahacam

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Posted 25 November 2016 - 08:01 AM

Going to send one of my standard cams down to get done soon. From what I have read this seems to be a good mild profile. Guess the question is, are there any other suggestions? 733A from Clive, is a 72 too much if I am only going to stay with twin su's?

 

 

Motor is L26 standard bore with: 

 

Flat top pistons

Has had port work done but not sure as to what extent

HM extractors with 2 1/4 exhaust

240z dome tops

5 speed manual

3.54? diff

Lightened stock flywheel

 

It isn't a daily, no a/c or power steer.

Not a track car, just want it to sound good and be fun to drive.

 

I have a few cams I could get done if there are a few good ones to choose from.

Thanks for any advice.


Edited by Yamahacam, 25 November 2016 - 02:26 PM.


#2 dat2kman

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Posted 25 November 2016 - 09:59 AM

That will be fine.
You then might to consder a different dff ratio, to liven it up.
3.9, k, 4.1, better, 4.4, gets a bit RPMy on the highway.
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#3 Mike260LW

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Posted 27 November 2016 - 08:44 AM

A 72 works grind would be fine too. Agree with dat2kman a shorter diff ratio will bring it alive.
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