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Essentially a camshaft alters how much air can enter the engine at a given rpm (thus moving your power curve around). Some aftermarket companies can sell you a more agressive lobe shape that will get more power at higher rpms with limited losses at the lower rpm - sorta a win-win. With a hydraulic roller, you make power over about 4000rpm. If you want to ...


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