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Debating which cam to go with. I have a 93 Cobra and will be replacing the factory engine with a built 347, 190cc twisted wedge, Holley Intake, and Incon 800TT. This will be 100% a street car with 5 spd making 550-600 rwhp depending where I land with the boost. I'm leaning towards using the stock '93 cobra cam because I like the drivability of a stock cam, but would like to get some outside input first. Thanks.
 

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I have a similar combo with an incon kit but with an auto. I had a cam ground and can send you the cam sheet if needed.
Any cam grinder could whip you out a decent grind.

What exhaust housings do you have with your 800 kit?
 

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How's the cam run at idle?

Turbine A/R is 0.86 on these GT2871R's... CHRA 446179-32
 

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Cam sheet sent. It made 13 inches at idle and sounds very tame.

Driving your combo full throttle on public streets is going to be borderline socially irresponsible :)

347 and an Incon kit will spool up as fast as a dentist drill.
 

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Cam sheet sent. It made 13 inches at idle and sounds very tame.

Driving your combo full throttle on public streets is going to be borderline socially irresponsible :)

347 and an Incon kit will spool like a dentist drill.
 

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Stock block=stock cam. Stock block+performance cam+stroker=DESTRUCTION
 

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I have a 93 cobra with a boss block 347 turbo and vacuum sucks. So choose you cam wish. My has 565 lift and 244 dur. and 115 lobe Sep. I see about 7-8 idle.
 

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Thanks for all the feedback.

boosty - who made your cam?

I'm currently working with Ed Curtis on a custom cam and head package.

And in regards to breaking the stock block... the block is not stock.
 
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