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Old 12-17-2002, 10:39 PM
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Question 112 degree lobe centerline cam. Is it safe?

I am considering using a 112 degree lobe centerline cam in my 468 CI BBC N/A engine build-up. I have a Stainless Marine exhaust manifold (earlier design, w/o the cast separated riser set-up) with a Silent Choice diverter that I want to keep. Would this set-up risk water reversion? Any info would be helpful. Thanks
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Post this question over in the Q&A section and you will get the answers you are looking for.
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RLW, thanks for the guidance.
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Better have the tall risers,,,that is about the limit I would run
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