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Old 08-10-2016, 10:41 AM   #1
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Hey guys have a 99 Camaro, going to be putting in a torquer v4 cam with a fresh set of 243 heads, heads were milled .010 have prc 650 springs, stock bottom end ls1, cam specs are 231,234 duration and 629,614 lift, wondering if I'll have any ptv clearance issues this is my first build, also have 7.4 leangth pushrods if y'all need to know anthing else just ask, also wondering if anyone else is running this combo and what type of number I should expect to see through a stalled a4, thanks in advance
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