05-03-2002, 12:43:00 PM
I recently purchased a 1970 camaro with a 468 c.i. motor. The car is half framed, tubbed, with ladder bars and wheelie bars. The intake is a team G Weiland manifold with a Holley 1050 Dominator that was recently ticked out by "ProSystems." I recently changed the dana 60 rear end from 5:13 to 4:56 to be able to run the quarter mile races. The car currently has an old ISKY .688 cam in it. I don't have all the measurements for the cam. Recently, I just raced my first race with it. It has been thirty-five years since my last race. The car has a transbrake and 3-stage box. I only used the foot brakes to come out of the hole and turned a 11.70 117 mph. It was quite a difference from when I used to turn in the low 15's. I just put a new pair of MT ET slicks on the vehicle (32"x17.5x15"). The car only pulls about 6200 rpms with the current came. The lifters are solid with roller rockers. The valves are set at .028 exhaust and .024 intake. I am using AC R44T set at .045. Does anyone have any recommendations for a cam. The car is 3300 pounds with a fiberglass cowl hood. The car should run in the high 10's when I get the courage to use the transbrake and stage box. Thanks for any suggestions. It's great to be racing again.