Thread: Blower CAM spec
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Old 01-07-2020, 07:49 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by KPzypher View Post
Which blower cam would you recommend for the following setup?

6M, Centri., drop-in forged piston/rod, longtube

225/237 .648/.658 116+4
229/237 .651/.656 116+5

Will there be a big difference in drivability between the two in the low RPM range?
http://www.cammotion.com/gen-5-lt-ca...ger-camshafts/

look under supercharger cams for centri, the first cam is very similar to my first cam, the second one is smaller than my current cam. The first one is basically a zero overlap cam so it will be kind of hard to tell it from stock. The second cam has overlap at .050 so will have a lope, mine is one step bigger and it is a "defined lope" cam. At speed say 2000 RPM and above, part throttle both of my cams worked fine. If you have an auto, you will need a stall for sure on the second cam (don't know about the first).

I like the lopepe doop and you can search the NA forum for my idle / rev video.

I'll post one with stock exhaust too as soon as I finish the tune (need to remove one cat to run the wideband so not stock right now).

You can easily makeup for the power with a pulley change so the cam is more of a sound / driveability choice. For me I'm in love with my defined lope cam, the zero overlap cam was just too mild for me.
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