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Old 06-04-2006, 09:57 AM   #11
ShaggyGT
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Originally Posted by ejh25
ShaggyGt,
Are you saying that I should go with the Helix if I have a cam sprocket (sp?) problem? I was thinking the V8 cams in the V8 heads would be easy and non-problematic. I guess the Helix 264 wouldn't be very expensive and I could do it easily.

I can easily afford the Helix 264 cams but I was thinking the V8 cams would be better suited for my purpose, I wicked fast spooling 2.5
I am all ears to advice...

I will make my decision over the weekend b/c the motor is in the build process and I am psyched.
I am saying that in the event that something might happen to one of the cams, I doubt it, but something did it would be easier to get a replacement Helix cam than a Version 8 cam. Not only that but the price between the two should be quite a bit and availibility is very limited on V8 valvetrain parts. Plus with the Helix cams you have several combinations to choose from whereas Version 8 cams are what they are.

-Matt
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