Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Newman Lake, WA
The Hot Cam is a pretty small cam with a weird exhaust/intake duration split. There are much better cam grinds out there. If you're going to go through the trouble, I'd definitely have a custom cam ground. Send your core to the cam grinder and tell them what you want. It's cheaper that way and you still have a steel cam core when you're done.
I wouldn't use LT4 springs, either. I'd use LS6 springs with Comp 787 retainers. They're a much better spring, plus they're a beehive...
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