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    Quote Originally Posted by nazman View Post
    The epoxy is 500F and oil/fuel resistant. We have been utilizing it for several years in diferent projects and never had single failure with it.

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    Several mean, 2, 5, 10, 15... 20 years?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dobs View Post
    Several mean, 2, 5, 10, 15... 20 years?

    Thanks
    I have utilized that same type of epoxy for several years on diferent types of projects. How many years? Dont know exactly....3-4 years.

    Folks,

    Keep in mind that the "runners" are pressed and interference fitted. We chill the runners and press them. They chances of them becoming lose are slim…we utilize the epoxy for peace of mind and as you can see, it’s a minimal amount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nazman View Post
    Keep in mind that the "runners" are pressed and interference fitted. We chill the runners and press them. They chances of them becoming lose are slim…we utilize the epoxy for peace of mind and as you can see, it’s a minimal amount.

    Naz
    Ok, this answer best my worries about the epoxy.

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    BTW Naz your cobra sounds sick, there is nothing like the sound of wicked bumpsticks when your at a stand still. I've been looking at the HCI with the stage 3 set up but i like to turn my own wrenches my last question is how hard is it to do a cam swap on our mod motors? I used to swap cams in pushrod 5.0's back in the day but is this something someone would want to try on the first time on a 32V?
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    Quote Originally Posted by musclemerc View Post
    BTW Naz your cobra sounds sick, there is nothing like the sound of wicked bumpsticks when there at a stand still. I've been looking at the HCI with the stage 3 set up but i like to turn my own wrenches my last question is how hard is it to do a cam swap on our mod motors? I used to swap cams in pushrod 5.0's back in the day but is this something someone would want to try on the first time on a 32V?

    im with you man, these 4vs intimidate me, lots going on with lots of expensive parts
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImpalaSlayer View Post
    im with you man, these 4vs intimidate me, lots going on with lots of expensive parts
    I would imagine timing the engine is the hardest part of the install and I wouldnt dare attempt it by myself.

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    ... and how much $$$ would something like this cost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackened300a View Post
    I would imagine timing the engine is the hardest part of the install and I wouldnt dare attempt it by myself.
    99% do not time (dial in) the cams and have no problems.

    Timing the engine is easier than changing the oil.

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    That is some incredibly good looking work, Naz.

    for the guy asking about cams. it's even more important to dial your cams in when running N/A. when counting each and every pony, it makes no sense to leave power on the table.

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    Cam selection is critical within any build up....but Ill have to agree, on NA form cam selection is extremly important.

    You can always mask a poor cam or a power producing problem with boost but, when working all motor you have to have everything straight.

    At Nazty Performance we take cam selection seriously and we advice on what the best aproach/option for his/her cam selection.

    As far as performing a cam swap on our beloved 4V, its not as dificult as it may seen.

    But timing the cams properly, its beyond critical. Just being one tooth off will cost you 20-25RWHP.

    Plus, degreeing the cams should be a must (not necesary) but for all out performance is a must.

    Its just matter of having the right tools:

    4V Spring Compresor
    Cam Holding Tool
    Cam Syn Tool
    TDC Tool

    Basic tools and a weekned.

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    Here is another one I just received on my phone (Im currently on vacation in PR).

    Awaiting for the full dyno sheet to be emailed. Just off the dyno!

    Power coming on sooner and flat as hell all the way to the capability of the cams! 32RWHP by 6900RPMs! Completly stock short block.



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    Could you try not to always throw stones @ other members. Please try to knock it off.
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    This mod coupled with a gear vendor to keep the motor in the high rpm's could find the 12's
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    An Honest Question --------??????

    In all honestly, what does the IT really contribute below 5,000 rpm to launching off the line - HP? It's a top end mod!

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