Still can't decide 60103 or 60104???

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  1. meangreen73

    meangreen73 Veteran Member

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    I'm still trying to pick a cam for my 80. I'm down to 2 cams the lunati voodoo 60103 and 60104. I just cant decide.:confused: lol Which one do u think I should use? I have a 350 with canfield aluminum heads (195cc runners, 202 valves, and 64cc chambers), edelbrock performer manifold, edelbrock 600cfm carb, hooker super comp headers, th350 trans, 3:42 gears, and Im probley gonna use around a 2800 stall converter. My cars a driver that will occasionally see a little track time. I don't wanna get horrible gas mileage but i wanna get the most out of my motor. I'm kinda leanin toward the 60104 but idk if that will be to big for my application? What do u guys think? thanks

    60103
    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/LUN-60103/

    60104
    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/LUN-60104/
     
  2. cmonson

    cmonson Veteran Member Gold Member

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    what is your compression ratio?
     
  3. meangreen73

    meangreen73 Veteran Member

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    Im not sure. i dont have the motor together yet. if i had to guess id say around 10 to 1? It has stock 350 pistons and 64cc combustion chambers.
     
  4. kenny77

    kenny77 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Alrighty then......I have a 383 flat top ,high lift Vortecs, 10.5 to 1, 4 speed 3:73 UDHarold told me to go with the Voodoo 104...I wimped out and went with the 103. This cam idles at like 14-15 in of vacuum, notice the idle but not choppy or anything...I should have went with the 104, AND still might change it. I say do the 104.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Ken

    If you do have the stock dish pistons in there you are at 9.3 or 9.5 to 1...and that means use the #103 Voodoo.
     
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  5. meangreen73

    meangreen73 Veteran Member

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    yeah there stock, as far as i know, I havent pulled a head yet. Im not real good at guessing compression. lol So go with the 103 then?
     
  6. Todd80Z28

    Todd80Z28 Moderator Lifetime Gold Member

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    Go smaller. You won't miss the 10hp, but if you go too big, you'll miss the driving manners of the smaller cam.
     
  7. meangreen73

    meangreen73 Veteran Member

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    Yeah never really thought about it that way. I'm gonna go with the 60103
     
  8. Louich

    Louich Veteran Member

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    maybe Ken will sell you his now :):)
     
  9. pdq67

    pdq67 BANNED

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    It's NOT SOTA and certainly NOT a UDHarold cam, but, imho, the old Isky 264 Mega is made for a 9.3 to 9.5 CR. engine!

    It will be powerful!

    You get her up to 10 to 1 CR., then install a 268 VooDoo!

    pdq67

    PS., and I'm a UDHarold fan!
     
  10. earnhardtgm3

    earnhardtgm3 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    I use the lunati voodoo 60103 in my 79Z and it hauls azz.I had to go with a 750 carb for the upper RPM's.
    Product Description
    http://www.lunatipower.com/Product.aspx?id=1984&gid=287
    Lunati's Voodoo series of Hydraulic camshafts deliver more area under the curve than any other series of Hydraulic camshafts. This means more throttle response, quicker acceleration, more vacuum, better efficiency, combined with maximum horsepower and torque!Hydraulic. The most awesome 268 cam ever produced! Out-powers all others! This High Performance street cam likes 2400 RPM stall, 700 cfm carb, dual plane intake and headers. Makes un-equaled power to 6200 RPM with proper valve springs. If you're looking for a Very Strong cam with great street manners then this cam is it.

    * Advertised Duration (Int/Exh): 268/276
    * Duration @ .050 (Int/Exh): 227/233
    * Gross Valve Lift (Int/Exh): .489/.504
    * LSA/ICL: 110/106
    * Valve Lash (Int/Exh): Hyd/Hyd
    * RPM Range: 1800-6200
     
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