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Trick Flow 44cc Heads vs 4v Heads

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Old 04-21-2014, 11:27 AM   #31
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Please do...none of us on here know anything at all and really need an explanation.

Cory, your cams arent that bad. They are stage 2's. Bigger than stock, but not big by a long shot. And blower cams arent as rough as n/a cams as they have less overlap and less chop on idle.
Get a life Teej, he didn't say he wanted to put a blower on in the OP.

A 500hp+ NA 2v 4.6 would idles like poop. Fact.
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A 500hp+ NA 2v 4.6 would idles like poop. Fact.
I'd like to see a 500+ hp NA 2v...link?
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