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    Rapidcams A and B cams

    Anyone running either of these? I noticed they claim the A cam as their starter and they state a 430rpm increase.
    The a cam is suppose to be for stock motors with stock retainers and springs while the b cam is suppose to be for modded motors with aftermarket valvetrains.


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    Where did you find the cams?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linn View Post
    Where did you find the cams?


    http://www.rapidcams.net/

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    430rpm increase from a drop in cam??
    This should make a big power increase...
    Has anyone tryed one of them??

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    Rapid Cams "A" Cam. Seadoo
    This is our baby cam, designed as a replacement drop in.
    Our "A" cam has more lift and duration over any stock cam.
    All of our cams are lightend to reduce the stresses of the heavy valve train.
    Run with the stock valve springs and retainers, run upto 8400 revs.
    On our test craft we picked up 430 revs just by insalling only this camshaft.
    This cam is proving to be very popular and by far our best seller!!!

    Rapid Cams "B" Cam. Seadoo
    The "B" cam from Rapid Cams
    Designed with even more lift and duration over our "A" cam this is the BEAST!
    This cam needs to be run with our Seadoo spring kit that includes Titainumn retainers.This setup can run to 8600 revs, if you also run our light valves you can run 9200 revs.Designed for 16+ pounds of boost


    Rapid Cams "C" Cam. Seadoo
    This is the MAC daddy of them all nothing can even come close to out performing this cam.
    To run this cam you need cylinder head modifactions
    please e-mail us for more details on our MAC daddy "C" cam.

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    Pricey SOB's

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    Seems about the same as Kelford cams out of New Zealand as well.

    http://www.camshaftshop.com/home?pag...ategory_id=132

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    Their b cam is $250 cheaper. Be interesting to know if they are the same. Does anyone have the lift and duration for the 29 and 51 cams?

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    I wonder how that would work with the X charger or mini rude?

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    race jase ( from nz) runs those cams, msg him for more information

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