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HAVE ANY OF YALL RAN THE LUNATI 200/200 .426/.426 CAM ?
DOES IT RUN GOOD AS A STOCK REPLACEMENT?
I AM KEEPING MY STOCK CONVERTER.
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It's listed in the Lunati catalogue as a direct replacement for the stocker.I've driven a car equiped with it and it's smooth.

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I put this cam in my car back in 93. I got 1.5 tenth out of it and 1.5 mph in back to back testing. Car was stock and on 93 octane with open exhaust and Hoosier Quicktimes. Weather was hot and humid and near raining on both days at Gainesville, Fl.

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Red Armstrong has even gone 10's with this cam/converter...But he could probably run 10's with a moped


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87GN, 12.05 @ 111, SIXTY FOOT 1.60-LAUNCH 15#, BONE STOCK LONG BLOCK, STOCK I.C. (BELL MOUTHED), STOCK TRANS/CONV, Stock Turbo, 009'S, RED'S 107 CHIP. HOME MADE 3" DOWN PIPE. RUNS CONSISTANT 12.10'S-12.11'S.

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Even regular mortals can run with this cam
. 200/200 GSCA Club Cam installed in 1994. In 1997, I ran half a season of 10's (best 10.51) with it still in there with stock block, stock mains (eek), stretch IC. I was running an AC 9" and LT70 by then, though. I didn't run any other cam during that period, so no comparisons. Late '97, the crank cracked, and the Years of Fun & Torment began. Digressed again...

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