Open chat thread for Buick 350 Camshafts

Discussion in 'Small Block Tech' started by sean Buick 76, Oct 16, 2013.

  1. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 355Xrs

    108, 110, 112, 113, 116 which lsa do you like and why

    My Lunati is a 116 lsa has good lope and comes out of the hole hard
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2021
  2. Mart

    Mart Gold level member

    Just get that Schneider cam and quit professing...:D
  3. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 355Xrs

  4. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut

    LOL, too many factors to pick a certain lobe separation... I just call Scotty Brown and fill out the spec card for him, custom cars deserve custom cams.
  5. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 355Xrs

    I guess this means nobody knows anything about it.
  6. LARRY70GS

    LARRY70GS a.k.a. "THE WIZARD" Staff Member

    The tighter the LSA, the more potential overlap. Overlap decreases engine vacuum, makes for a rougher idle, but better cylinder filling. Tighter also reduces the RPM where peak power occurs, reduces the RPM difference between peak HP and peak torque. The effects of tighter LSA also depend on duration numbers. A perfect example is the TA C118 cam. The 118 LSA makes the cam milder than it would be with a tighter LSA like the 113 cam. The TA C113 cam has the same duration numbers on a tighter LSA.

    Last edited: Feb 26, 2021
  7. Storm1

    Storm1 Silver Level contributor

    Cam I ordered on left, cam I received on right. Ended up with more duration and less overlap.

  8. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut

    That should work well! Similar to the Crower level 5 solid that I’ve got. Got a few for $39 a few years back.

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  9. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 355Xrs

    Pick in the 290H to the 296 group of cams they look good I did the 510 and i got to say with a 410 gear and a 3500-4000 stall This cam willl make you scream with the new intake You'll be shifting at 6700 with this cam couple this with the new heads fully ported 500hp easily

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