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I see my E cam is on a 110 lobe separation I know that's generally not good for turbos but how is the E cam with boost? If terrible what's a good alternative
 

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Most wouldn't run it, but if it's already in their give it a wirl. Unless you dont mind swapping cams throw the stocker back in or get another one (Fcam, custom, etc...)

I would try it, unless your building a purpose built car.
 

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Leave it in there. Mine worked great and got me to the 9's easy with a stock bottom end. I also had 1.7 rr if it helps
 

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Ok good I just wanted to make sure it wouldn't be just terrible for boost and really lose out on power per lb of boost
 

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I run a E comp variation...works well....pulls hard up top
 

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I ran a E cam & 1.7 rr, in my procharged car for a couple of years. It made great power and sounded mean. There are quite a few people running this cam in turbo cars. It wouldnt be my first choice if I was ordering a new cam for my turbo car today but I wouldnt go through the trouble to take it out and sell it to buy a different cam. You can run a stock HO cam with a turbo and make enough power to split your block.
 
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