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Anyone ever use this on a SD Lightning, it has a lobe seperation of 116, lift with 1.7s is .512, intake and exhaust are 224*?? Should work huh...

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Anyone ever use this on a SD Lightning, it has a lobe seperation of 116, lift with 1.7s is .512, intake and exhaust are 224*?? Should work huh...
kind of high duration

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You'll probally need mass air or some sort of engine management to get that cam to work.I beleave cams have to have a lobe seperation of 114 to work with SD.

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You'll probally need mass air or some sort of engine management to get that cam to work.I beleave cams have to have a lobe seperation of 114 to work with SD.
I don't think the lobe seperation would be a problem. Like Mike said though, the duration may be a bit high.
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I was told are trucks can't run anything but a lobe seperation of 114* with the stock speed density.Was i misinformed?

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Wasn't this the old cam that started the Alphabet cams? This was designed to work with SD Mustangs of 87-88, if I remember right. I'll have to dig out a WAAAYYY old Motorsport catalog to confirm. They don't even sell that cam anymore, do they?

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I was told are trucks can't run anything but a lobe seperation of 114* with the stock speed density.Was i misinformed?

Most custom cams use less than 114* of separation. We need at least 114* to get enough vaccuum to operate the S/D system. I would just get a custom grind. Most of those older cams are designed for a much lighter vehicle than our trucks.

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