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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-26-2010, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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Web camshaft 58mc/40mc

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I'm new to this forum, however I am a long standing member of the Raptor forum under the same name blueranger660, you can check me out over there for credibility.
I have a 4 hour old Web cam for a 660 Rhino I had to buy and run in a cylinder head that I ported, polished and installed +1 valves in. The head flowed to much for woods racing and had very little bottom end with the 660 cams that were available. I purchased the Web 58mc/40mc Rhino cam which is a stump puller cam and it served the purpose of giving me some bottom end while I built a new head for my 660 raptor. I am currently running a new head with a stage 2 cam and am happy with this set up.
140 + shipping, PM if interested, I don't have photos yet but can post them soon.
Part #:80-861

Grind:58mc/40mc
Intake Exhaust

Valve Lash (Inch): .004 - .006

Valve Lift (Inch): 0.383 - 0.383

Valve Lift (mm): 9.73 - 9.73

Advertised Duration: 244 - 248
Duration @ 0.050": 218 - 230
Lobe Center: 108 - 108

Intake
Opens 1 Before TDC
Exhaust
Opens 43 Before BDC

Intake
Closes 37 After BDC
Exhaust
Closes 7 After TDC
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-26-2010, 04:19 PM
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good luck, that is a pretty mild cam would be decent for a stocker.



Benchmark Performance 686, 67.6 RWHP
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 08:47 AM Thread Starter
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The cam has an interesting profile if you're looking for lots of bottom end torque. The valve lift gives more power than stock and the intake valves close early to give you the most out of your compression stroke. It isn't a top end, big RPM cam by no means but it will conserve the wear on the valve train for longevity and endurance. Call DASA racing and speak to Dan Lamey if you want specific info on the cams application.
Anyone that's interested can make a reasonalble offer on the cam.
thanks.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-01-2010, 09:48 AM
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that is OK, I don't use off the shelf cams



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