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Old 01-12-2012, 04:04 PM   #21
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Okay im tired of the bashing on letter cams. This guy asked a simple question. If you dont like letter cams go home and bother someone else. I dont think any of you realize that you r also running a 20+ year old pushrod motor too. I run a letter cam and have no complaints. The cams were specifically designed for this motor and to run matched parts. Why am i going to mix parts when i would rather have everything matched and run correctly without trying. Think before you jump on a band wagon. And im curious about an x cam valve to piston clearance with gt40x head with 58cc chambers.
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Okay im tired of the bashing on letter cams. This guy asked a simple question. If you dont like letter cams go home and bother someone else. I dont think any of you realize that you r also running a 20+ year old pushrod motor too. I run a letter cam and have no complaints. The cams were specifically designed for this motor and to run matched parts. Why am i going to mix parts when i would rather have everything matched and run correctly without trying. Think before you jump on a band wagon. And im curious about an x cam valve to piston clearance with gt40x head with 58cc chambers.
you just jumped in on the tail end of an argument that ended 3 years ago...

you new guys kill me.
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Old 01-12-2012, 06:40 PM   #23
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Okay im tired of the bashing on letter cams. This guy asked a simple question. If you dont like letter cams go home and bother someone else. I dont think any of you realize that you r also running a 20+ year old pushrod motor too. I run a letter cam and have no complaints. The cams were specifically designed for this motor and to run matched parts. Why am i going to mix parts when i would rather have everything matched and run correctly without trying. Think before you jump on a band wagon. And im curious about an x cam valve to piston clearance with gt40x head with 58cc chambers.
Your right I am running a 40+ year old push rod 5.0, and it'll still walk circles around any stock modular 4.6/5.0 as well as your letter cam mismatched combo.....3 year old argument brought back from the dead..lol...noob
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