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    Posted: Apr/16/2017 at 10:19pm
Just got my 327 back from the exhaust shop, went with Hooker Aero Flow Chamber muffler, one-in two-out.  It's an f-body style muffler.


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Sounds awesome! I wish I could get that slow rumble out of mine.
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Thanks guys! I think I need some carb tuning, don't think it's getting enough fuel, but it's running pretty strong for now.  I'll get a full carb and ignition timing tune here shortly!
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Sounds like an idling locomotive. Nice.
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Yes. Sounds fantastic! 
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Thanks everyone! I'm excited to get her really dialed in and possibly see what it does at the track!
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Where did you find a cam blank, who ground it for you, and what are the specifications?
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Originally posted by FSJunkie FSJunkie wrote:

Where did you find a cam blank, who ground it for you, and what are the specifications?

I sent them a factory 327 cam, have an extra laying around as well.  

Sent it to Oregon Cam Grinding: http://www.oregoncamshaft.com/

Went pretty mild on the specs because vacuum brakes and such: 206/212 @ .050”, 250/260 adv, .431”/.443” lift, 110 sep
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Originally posted by trewyn15 trewyn15 wrote:


Originally posted by FSJunkie FSJunkie wrote:

Where did you find a cam blank, who ground it for you, and what are the specifications?



I sent them a factory 327 cam, have an extra laying around as well.  

Sent it to Oregon Cam Grinding: http://www.oregoncamshaft.com/

Went pretty mild on the specs because vacuum brakes and such: 206/212 @ .050”, 250/260 adv, .431”/.443” lift, 110 sep


I had them do a 327 cam for me as well, but I haven't swapped it in yet. Last time I was up there, they had a pile of 327 cams. Great guys over there.
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