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Old 02-09-2011, 04:16 AM
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Has anyone tried this cam in a 96/103? I was wondering how this would compare to the more popular cams being used SE255, TW6-6/555. If you are using them how is the power delivery? Is this a low-mid range cam?

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Old 02-09-2011, 06:25 AM
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I have sold about 8 sets on the internet and the only feed back I got was wow!!! I my self have not installed them yet or had it tuned.
I guy put a set in on a stock 96 and went up against is buddy with 103 255 cams He said 96 spanked his buddy 103.
I wish I had a dyno to prove more but I dont,
Just what I've been told from what I have sold.
Try asking Fueling they might have some dyno sheets to show.
The specs they show its a good low end cam for tq.... And you should no valve train noise and easy start. That is also what I have been told from a few customers I have sold too.

I do like the specs on the 574 and 630 cams I am going to try the 574 on a blower motor I am building 107.

Looks like (95/96 3500rpm tq) and (85/plus hp)
Thats not bad for a stock 96 inch motor with cams.

This the only info I have from them..
see attch..This on there website

Stock 96” ‘A’ motor with stock pushrods, Screamin’ Eagle® air cleaner, Freedom Performance® slip-on mufflers, chain drive cam system, Feuling® HP+® oiling system #7074, Feuling® Endurance Beehive™ valve springs #1105


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Has anyone tried this cam in a 96/103? I was wondering how this would compare to the more popular cams being used SE255, TW6-6/555. If you are using them how is the power delivery? Is this a low-mid range cam?

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