The 107 was specific to this engine but DV has said you will likely pay more for the core needed to get a tighter LSA on some engines, he sent me a 106 LSA Hyd Roller for my 496 from Howard's and has also recommended Mike Jones for this type of a core as some cam company's don't stock them.hoffman900 wrote: ↑Mon May 21, 2018 7:23 pmHow much of that 107* LSA was driven by available cam cores? I can't imagine there are any available cast cam cores that could handle that.
An oldie but a goodie: Vizard on 106* LSA vs 112* LSA in a BBC http://www.speedtalk.com/forum/viewtopi ... =1&t=16186
The late Harold Brookshire mentioned grinding 107* LSA BBC cams, but that they were anything but streetable.
I'm not sure where this cam is installed, but no doubt it's tight. 358ci, 7000rpm peak, 9:1 compression. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ne6nsVVykWw
I've been around a lot of cams in the 104-106 centerline area, and they're very lopey and not happy from a dead stop. Make a ton of power in the 5000-7200rpm range (which is what the engines were designed to do).
As for street able... DV's street-able and mine or about 10 degrees of overlap apart.
This is a 468 right at 600 horse/600 ftlbs with a 268 flat tappet on a 106. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkgbDbmWBKY