Over-revving the engine could definitely be the cause of your problems.
If you are not over-revving the motor, I would suspect that something is inherently wrong with the cams themselves, as I have never heard of SHM blower cams (or any other type of aftermarket blower regrind for that matter) causing the problems that you are describing.
If your SHM blower cams are regrinds, maybe they were "re-ground" incorrectly, resulting in excessive lift. (AKA: You might have received a bad/defective set of camshafts that were not re-ground to acceptable specifications.)
Good luck solving the problem.
1998 Ford Mustang COBRA Coupe
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Last edited by Jahel'98COBRA; 04-23-2002 at 02:00 AM.