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RE: coupla MC motor questinons..
Except that you now change the forces acting on the cam lobes and when
stiffer springs are used - to handle higher rpms that are usually the
dwelling place of extra ponies - you end up with a highly stressed valve
train more likely to suffer a catastrophic failure at a most inopportune
as Scott J. would say... just my .02
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Subject: Re: coupla MC motor questinons..
> And if your aim is longer valve opening or higher lift, how will
_removing_ metal achieve either?
By changing the cam's base circle and adding lash caps to the top of the
valves to make up the difference ... it's done all the time (although using
valves with longer stems is usually the preferred way to go).