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to ms3 and stock heads or mill heads and get smaller cam?

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Old 08-21-2012, 10:41 PM   #1
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Default to ms3 and stock heads or mill heads and get smaller cam?

so I can't decide here, which would be more benificial: to run an ms3 cam with stock spec. heads or get the heads milled about .040 and go with a slightly smaller cam to prevent ptv contact issues

my current setup is a gen III 5.3, flat top pistons and rods from a gen iv, 862 heads, arp rod bolts, lunati springs, victor jr with Holley 750, th350 that will probably getting a 4k stall, the car will be 25/75 street/strip and will more than likely get nitrous later down the road, all suggestions would be greatly appreciated
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I would get 243 castings and run the cam.
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