Sounds like the voice of reason to me. They are kind of like tunnel rams. They make good power, but are just 'out of style' right now.On 2006-07-01 20:01, 71hotrodpinto wrote:
hmmm not being all knowing about race engines ( many things for that matter) I always thought that the rev kits were used so that you didnt need heavier pushrods heavier springs, and the extra wear and breakage that can come from 600lbs springs trying to control radical camshafts.
As another thought why wouldnt they just work awsome on a hydraulic roller camshaft? With the rev springs pushing against the Body of the lifter to help 'lighten" the load that the stock spring has to control, it wouldnt collapse the lifter like excessive spring pressure does
AND would a rev kit have and problems on the street on a hyd roller??