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  1. rottenronnie
    08-10-2014 05:41 PM - permalink
    Hi Scott.
    What do you have planned for your truck???
    The 710 was originally for boats. Typically designed for a fixed (high r.p.m.) and not dealing with stop lights, low speed traffic, w.o.t. recovery between gear changes, fuel mileage and such.
    It is really aggressive and has "the sound", rank idle, etc. Some guys buy a cam for that reason alone.
    Roe has sold a number of them.
    The 710 WILL sacrifice usable power (torque) for higher peak horsepower numbers. That is what all performance cams do. It is a see-saw with torque at one end and horsepower at the other.

    Touch base with Justin to get his thoughts (and a good grind).

    Changing a cam in the Gen III is a considerable amount of work so choose wisely.


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    industrial prositute at Land of Milk & Honey, Ontario
    04 dodge ram srt 10
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    K&N COLD AIR INTAKE, GIBSON CATBACK EXHAUST, born date 04/01/12 13th h
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