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Old 07-12-2019, 09:10 AM
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I am looking to buy the LS3 Titan 3 Cam Motion cam but not sure which core to order it in. Anyone familiar with their cores and can add their input to the big differences. Thank you
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Why do people never call manufacturers and ask them? Do they think random people on the internet will know more than they do?
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Why do people never call manufacturers and ask them? Do they think random people on the internet will know more than they do?
Right! The Cam Motion site clearly explains the differences between metals used.
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I did the 5150 core on my Titan 2. No issues, pulls hard to 7k.
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I've used the 8660 & 8620 cores and see no difference in wear. The 8660 is only a $25 upcharge over the 5150....
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