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Old 08-21-2014, 10:09 AM   #61
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What lifters was used in these setups? Kinda curious as to why the power kinda goes flat around 6000ish. Mine did the same thing and I don't think its right.
Usually that's more of a valve control issue from not enough spring pressure. The OP's cam was on LSL lobes which need a lot of spring to keep the valves stable past 6k.

My build was identical, but I went with AI's less aggressive lobes, ran single PSI beehives, and mine was stable right up to the 6800 rev limiter.

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