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What are the specs on those cams?Mix
DM 598 is a good cam ..I would use the WT 46g here at the shop over the 598 as a 95 or 96 ci
Quote from: hardyheadscom on Saturday, September 12, 2009. 09:02:39 AM. DM 598 is a good cam ..I would use the WT 46g here at the shop over the 598 as a 95 or 96 ciMy only concern about using the WT cams is how sensitive they seem to be to heads / exhaust requirements. Now maybe that's a wrong concept that I have gathered from feedback from users that have experience with WT cams, but none the less that's my current perception... the cams arn`t`t sensitive to anything .......cam timing is cam timing their a few cams out there with very close timing... infact were around way before WT cams...the trick with any cam is the corrected compression ...cams closing say 48 to 62 require getting the corrected comp up to a desired need........sometime it isn`t easy depending on the size of the engine....it all can be accomplished.... that`s were a good engine builder comes in..........saaaaaaaaay me ...the WT46 will be peppier than the DM598..............just watch your CR`s
You can make very good numbers with a Mackie 590 when everything is right. Great cam for a 95"
I ran both the DME 598 and WT 46g cam in my old 95" HTTC setup... The DME 598 was 105hp and the WT cam was 85hp... Same setup just a cam swap.. The TW46gh needs lota of compression.. 11+ or 12 to 1...I have ran the DM 598 many times.. The woods W9F more......it falls between both the WT46 and the DM598 The WT46 couldn`t have been 20 hp off..........you messed up somewhere
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