I think I already told you what I thought. The SS2 cam shifts the rpm range a little too high for what we do IMO. Yes, it'll rip your face off from 4500-7000 but by the time you're too that point it's a crap shoot anyway. Sounds cool. The picture isn't my spreadsheet and it was built for boosted applications but it gives you some idea of the difference between a SS2 and SS1 cam as well as LS3,6,7,9 ect. In a car you make up for it with the converter but with what we do, converter is heat and heat is bad so it's a system that you have to balance. That probably wasn't the spoon you were hoping to eat from.
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