I think the right cam can make a big difference, especially......August 12 2017 at 5:19 AM
|paulie (Login Paul_Lovett)|
Response to Cam options
.....since you're pulling. You mentioned needing low rpm power to get off the line, as low as 2000 rpm. You also mentioned you do well when you can keep the rpms are up in the 6000 rpm range.
An aggressive solid flat tappet can have a wider power range than a hydraulic flat tappet. You could have a cam with less seat duration, but more duration @ 0.050" and more at 0.200". More low end and more top end power.
I also think running as much compression as possible with whatever fuel you use is wise.