Doesn't say. "fun street car" "my kid's car" so I assumed somewhat aggressive HR. If it's solid my guess is invalid.I’ll play this game but I want to know if it’s a solid or not and I’m not digging through 5 pages of CNNs desktop dyno to see if it was mentioned. Who knows in here?
My custom solid roller for the 289 with the same intake manifold Brent is using came in at 111.65 LSA. Do you want to know the lobe separation for the intake and exhaust?...single plane with 111...did that just happen ?...
I would thought with your 10.1 comp. A little less lsa. Than you have . But obviously what you have is working well.My custom solid roller for the 289 with the same intake manifold Brent is using came in at 111.65 LSA. Do you want to know the lobe separation for the intake and exhaust?
LSA is more or less meaningless by itself in my opinion.
Deal with what? Lashing it once and maybe doing the immeasurable task of taking valve covers off to check again once or twice a year? If you’re referencing the reliability I could understand that argument but I think that has also been blown way out of proportion. This is not an insult post just wondering. I have to put that in for all the snowflakes that can’t take criticism. You wanted 7500 rpm and chose a hyd roller that seems like larger compromise than the “short comings” of just getting a solid roller.Peak to me .means peak hp rpm.
I should did a solid. Just don't want deal with it.