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i know they have a very different base circle but can this be done? seems like a good idea in that you could regrind the solid lifter cam to your specs and still have way more lift than stock!
anyone been there/tried it??
BTW...i drove a car like this...the yellow bastard that taylor used to own(which really hauled arse BTW). i have the cam sitting on my desk here....markings look like this
cam gear=> |=82======049===A4==
and the other side:
cam gear=> |=05======MAR===3==
the 82 is upside down.
anyone know what this came from?
pulled from a hydro head that had several collapsed lifters and at least one broken valve spring. Collin @ techtonics said that it is probably a reground rabbit cam due to the 049 stamp. i don't have calipers to measure it.
 

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Re: reground solidlifter cam in hydro head?!?! (rcr_x)

come on!!! anyone?? Are none of thee Olde School enough to answer this question??
 

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Re: reground solidlifter cam in hydro head?!?! (rcr_x)

Companies that do regrinds normanly use solid lifter cams cams to make hydro cams regrinds.


[Modified by Fast_bunny, 1:31 AM 11-28-2001]
 

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Re: reground solidlifter cam in hydro head?!?! (Fast_bunny)

Just call Crane and get one of their hydaulic lifter cams.
 
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