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Old 01-12-2013, 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by ram150059 View Post
Im looking to put a towing/rv cam in my ram 1500 with the 5.9. i was thinking of getting the msd 6-a, doing the kegger mod, rockers, headers to a straight exhaust side exit, and doing an sct chip. its stock suspension for now and im not a fan of lifting. has a fresh tranny in it so now im looking to get a little more power and that perfect rumble. Any input on this would be much appreciated. Im wondering what lift/ duration to go with as well as the information on the 1.7 rockers.
Most cams actually are not compatable with 1.7 rockers, best to keep 1.6. It's either or. A good cam for low end is Hughes 0814 cam and can be done with stock heads.
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