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Old 01-17-2008, 08:07 PM   #21
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Default RE: Will I get more lope from a steeda #19 cam or an ABC cam?

Just to keep confusion down, lobe seperation angle is not the same as overlap.
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Old 01-17-2008, 08:14 PM   #22
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dang guys if lope is all you want ..I have a cheap solution......go pull a vaccum line or a plug wire
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Old 01-17-2008, 08:21 PM   #23
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Just to keep confusion down, lobe seperation angle is not the same as overlap.
no its not, but they are similar, yeayea, over lap has to do with duration, lsa, and such yea... but uh... lets not confuse him too too much, lol
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Old 01-17-2008, 08:22 PM   #24
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yes,yea, go pull a big vac line, and **** with timing till it runs like ****, thatll give ya lope... good idea mjr lol
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if what your looking for is sound, then i would say **** the abc cams. your running a stock longblock right? id say go with the #18 steeda w/ a 112l.s.a. it should sound better than the #19
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youll get the most lope by going online and finding a soundclip and playing it over and over again


i think sound should be the last thing on your mind... i have a cam that outperforms all 4 of the mentioned cams(for my set up) that doesnt sound like it would...

anyway, biggest factor in "lope" is going to be LSA(or over lap), and the intake lobe profile...

i have 218 intake, which isnt big by anymeans and it lopes some
you don't hear the intake side...

Lope comes from duration + lsa. More lope = more duration + less LSA
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Old 01-17-2008, 08:48 PM   #27
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youll get the most lope by going online and finding a soundclip and playing it over and over again


i think sound should be the last thing on your mind... i have a cam that outperforms all 4 of the mentioned cams(for my set up) that doesnt sound like it would...

anyway, biggest factor in "lope" is going to be LSA(or over lap), and the intake lobe profile...

i have 218 intake, which isnt big by anymeans and it lopes some
you don't hear the intake side...

Lope comes from duration + lsa. More lope = more duration + less LSA
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Old 01-17-2008, 08:53 PM   #28
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what other supporting mods do I need when installing the steeda cam? How do 1.7rr help out, and what brand should I buy?
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Is the steeda #18 & #19 emissions legal for smog purposes?
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