No response from Comp yet, it is at Comp QA. Lots of options for Beehive springs, but I kinda wanted the Conicals. I even coil bound one for a couple minutes and it only dropped 2 lbs to 163 @ 1.8" Kinda funny Comp ask if we are checking them with retainer... Once we said no they started to believe us.pmuller9":12r407lj said:Good thing you checked the actual spring pressure.
Did Comp give an explanation why the spring pressure is so far off?
I haven't Posted pictures sense Photo Bucket pulled there crap. I use Tapatalk on other sites but this site doesn't come up on tapatalk. I'll have to figure it out so I can start a build thread with pics and info.pmuller9":2mltnjh6 said:Would you mind posting a picture of the rods or a single rod?
fast64ranchero":w6tsn0zs said:pmuller9":w6tsn0zs said:That's a little more cam than what I was expecting for street use but it will certainly utilize the head potential.fast64ranchero":w6tsn0zs said:Exact specs will be on the cam card when the cam comes. Over the phone specs are .571/.584 and 238/242 @ 50 on 113 or 114 he talked about both.
I have more Cylinder head and Cam than my bottom end can handle. Guess I should build a bottom end that will handle what the top end is possible of making. Now to go find that thread about those Toyota rods..
Which cam company is it.
Here is the connecting rod thread.
Little more than I was expecting also. Started off even bigger but we backed it down. My only request to the tech was I want a cam that will start making power by 3K rpm.
I better put the Spring info in here also. Springs I am going to us are, Comp cam 7228, retainers are tool steel 1772 and locators are 4680. Installed height is 1.80" seat pressure is 137lbs, and 410lbs @ .625"
xctasy":rr0cnxff said:Stop using Fords downgraded valve length.