Everyone keeps eluding to that, but I made a few responses about that in my reply to George's last post. It essentially made the horsepower that I thought it was going to make.
The cam was doing what it should have been doing as the engine pulled cleanly to over 6000 every time. It's easy to get carried away with big cams and big carbs. Adding 16 degrees more duration would have done nothing but moved the peak hp rpm up and would have taken away from the bottom end on an already peaky engine.
Engine simulations are just that....simulations. Wasn't it your sim that predicted the peak hp rpm was going to be at 7300?
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