rottenronnie
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rottenronnie

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    1. rottenronnie
      rottenronnie
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    2. rottenronnie
      rottenronnie
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    3. rottenronnie
      rottenronnie
      It should be just fine. I would pull the heads and replace the o.e.m. gasket with the new design which will put you at a true 10:1 compression ratio (assuming you are stock now). That will help regain some torque you will lose because of earlier cylinder blow-down with the new cam.

      Then, get yourself a good tune...

      Ron
    4. scottrobinson
      scottrobinson
      hey hows it going, im a new member and heard you were the man to talk to about cams, i have a 04 RC, whats your input on a 710 roe cam, or do u think any others are better?
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    Location:
    Calgary, Alberta
    Ride:
    2005 QC
    Engine type and displacement:
    505 (8.3L)
    Induction:
    N/A
    Major modifications:
    Strikers,Cam
    Tranny type:
    Automatic
    Tires:
    Drag Radials
    Race weight:
    5600
    Horsepower:
    566.0
    60 foot time:
    1.826
    1/8 Mile ET:
    8.012
    1/8 Mile MPH:
    86.43
    1/4 Mile ET:
    12.534
    1/4 Mile MPH:
    108.66
    Density Altitude:
    3000
    Track Name:
    Castrol Raceway, Devon Alberta

    Signature

    2005 QC N.A.
    624 Wheel HP x 1.27 = 800-'ish flywheel (?)
    Fully-Built 11:1 Pump-Gas
    15.0 L/100 km. or 15.68 U.S. Miles Per Gallon
    5600 pounds
    [email protected] MPH in "D" for Drive

    No Power Adders
    Full B&B Exhaust with (4) Cats
    Unported Street-Striker Heads w Custom Roller
    Unported O.E.M. Intake Manifold
    FSTJACK Hand-Ported TB
    MONSTER R/X Dual-Vacuum Catch-Can
    A fully-built 48RE transmission that actually keeps working!
    Tuned by Maestro Chris Jensen