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PostSubject: flathead cam   flathead cam Icon_minitimeSun Aug 11, 2013 8:13 pm

ok guys im deciding what cam to run in my 12.5 flathead post what cams you guys have run and what results you got thanks
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PostSubject: Re: flathead cam   flathead cam Icon_minitimeSun Aug 11, 2013 8:22 pm

just depends on what you want. i recommend researching heymow and getting quotes from machinists online. Tell them what you want in your motor and they will set you up..
http://smallenginecams.com/
-Tim Isky
http://www.precisioncams.com/mower.html
^ very common.. call them up
If it was me I would go with precision.. Just be sure to call them up and tell them what your going to be doing and the rpms your going to be running and they will help you out..
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/atm-6652?seid=srese1&gclid=CNKgwefR9rgCFZKk4AodgB8A4w These tachs are designed for briggs motors..
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PostSubject: Re: flathead cam   flathead cam Icon_minitimeSun Aug 11, 2013 8:34 pm

thanks i was wondering about tachs im mostly going to mud but i want it to be fast i may not completly disable my govorner ill prob just adjust it till i get about 4500-5000 rpms good power but not as likely to grenade a fly wheel or break a rod. and im still getting the shatter gaurd
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PostSubject: Re: flathead cam   flathead cam Icon_minitimeSun Aug 11, 2013 8:37 pm

As i remember your building a race grade motor correct? Id love to see pics of your build.. Sounds like its going to be ridiculous!
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PostSubject: Re: flathead cam   flathead cam Icon_minitimeSun Aug 11, 2013 8:57 pm

im going to build a motor with great low end and good top end i want to mud and still be able to go fast. i cant post pics tonights mowers at a friends house we work on it in his garage. im also going to look into fabbing up ifs for the front
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