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Cam for a carbed GT40P/intake setup

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Old 03-03-2014, 11:01 PM   #1
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Default Cam for a carbed GT40P/intake setup

Snagged a set of GT40P heads. Car currently has an Edelbrock Torker II intake on it (have a Weiand Stealth intake I can swap out also) with a Holley 600 vacuum secondary carb.

I cant get a straight answer from anywhere on whats a good cam spec to go with as far as centerline and LSA for a carb. Does anyone know? Just want to make sure the car will have enough vacuum to run well. Be aware, this is not a rowdy engine build, just a street car to have some fun in on the weekends.
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Old 04-26-2014, 02:01 AM   #2
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Stick or auto trans?
Need to know that first.......
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Old 04-26-2014, 04:05 AM   #3
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A lot of people will throw specs out but picking a cam is a science. When I ordered my stroker motor. Fordstrokers sent me a cam sheet to fill out, they asked about 20 questions. displacement, weight of car, stall speed, type of power adder, etc. I recommend calling a company like comp cams and getting some tech. advice from them.
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Well just from what you said off the rip I would get rid of that torker 2 and throw it in the trash and run that weiand stealth, and no one will be able to recommend a cam to you without first knowing weather or not you are running a roller or flat tappet block
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