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    Who has Tried a N/A 155 cam in their supercharged ski? Results?

    Just curious who has tried a 155 cam in their supercharged ski and what were the results? Thanks in advance, Patrick


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    nobody?

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    Do we know the specs on that cam? I have a 29 and 51 cam here, if the 155 cam is a diff part # maybe u could send it to me and we could put them all in the cam doctor. I know the lift is the same on the 29 and 51, but the ramp rates are different.......

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    I just found one on ebay, when I get it I can send it to you. I'm curious as to how it would perform in a supercharged ski spinning 9,000 rpm !!!! I figured somebody might have tried it in a turbo application or even a supercharged one? The part # is 837626

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    Quote Originally Posted by vspec1 View Post
    I just found one on ebay, when I get it I can send it to you. I'm curious as to how it would perform in a supercharged ski spinning 9,000 rpm !!!! I figured somebody might have tried it in a turbo application or even a supercharged one? The part # is 837626
    Spin it 8800. Your engine will last longer and thank you in the long run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Spin it 8800. Your engine will last longer and thank you in the long run.
    Spin it 9.2k. You will get there quicker. The engine will last long enough, if built right with good parts.

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    Keywords here--- if built right with the right parts.

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    I have a NA cam if anyone wants to try it.
    I will get the part #

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    Normally a N/A cam will have more overlap allowing the exhaust leaving to pull some gas in. With a super/turbo cam the overlap is less so the boost doesn't push the gas out the exhaust.

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    I have this part number on a cam that came out of a stock 04 GTX SC 185 engine. What are the specs???

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