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Re: SVO: Lunati cam
>If im not mistaking, didnt Lunati make a 2.3 Turbo cam some time ago?
>I think I saw
>it in a Rapido catalog a few years ago, but im not sure. If anyone
>knows anything about it, do they still make it? And were there any
>tests done on it?
You are not mistaken. I dug up my Lunati (`95-96) catalog and got
Cam only part# 32903
Cam kit Part# 65403 (includes followers, springs, retainers and locks)
Grind # SPAY1-274
Duration @.050 227* 227*
Lobe lift .300" .300"
Sep C/L (what?) 111* 110*
Opens @.050 03* BTC 45* BBC
Closes @ .050 43* ABC 01* ATC
Valve lash .000" .000"
Gross Duration 274* 274*
Gross lift .500" .500"
Description- Good idle. Developed for use as replacement for factory turbo
motor cam. Power range 2000-4500. REQUIRES LONGER THAN STOCK VALVES.
Cam alone is $194.87. Net price for kit is $175.42. Kit consists of parts
needed to accompany longer valves.
This info was straight out of the catalog. Cam looks ok on paper, but
seems to have a pretty narrow power range. Now if you notice (I am not
trying to open a can or anything, just stating a point), the cam has a .500"
lift and it specifically requires longer valves. Enjoy the info.