Probably don't bother doing a cam yet, by the time you add in all the gaskets, valve springs and labor it would be a big waste of time and money.
I'm taking the top end apart to replace the intake gaskets anyway. I'm going through my cooling system so I'll be replacing the water pump, timing chain etc.. Labor is free since I'm doing it myself. The stock cam has taken me pretty far so I'd like to see if a simple cam swap will give me decent gains.
To the guys that suggested the Anderson cam and blue racer thank you. It's one of the ones I had been looking at along with the wolverine 1087 etc...Thanks for a simple answer instead of all the typical keyboard warrior BS. I'm going to look into how those cams idle and drive on a basically stock motor. I really want to keep the down low punch and not have a super lopey lumpy sounding car.
Is the blue racer 1087 the same as the old wolverine 1087? If so, go with that cam. My older buddies still talk about that cam...it’s almost as legendary as the mighty B-Cam....almost
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