what does that mean exactly?Well it has (according to what they plan) just about the same valve sizes and flow rate as the Super six stage 2 heads but with a little more lift valve springs then the Super six stage 3.
Damn...This is from Tom Yentzer at super six motorsports
"Our cam manufacturer went out of business a while back, we therefore no longer have cams available. Anyway, we tested Stage 3 heads and cams on a procharged car, they added 90 RWHP. Stage 2+ are of course still available."
ive heard its always been tom morana.its tom morana no..?
sweet thanksHey guys,
I am currently working with L&M engines to "recreate" the cams for SSm stage 3 heads. MIcheal has done lobe geometry and they are off to be reground this next week. I should have them in hand by months end. then off to Tom at SSM to complete the stage 3 heads.
Didnt cost too much
The upshot is also that with the master file, now micheal can do any lift/duration one can want. So we now have the ability to try many different cam profiles.