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Hey everyone! Finally got around to having someone rebuild a 350 for me. Its already getting flat-top pistons installed. Just wondering what you would recommend for a cam for me. The cars still got the stock rear end(as far as i know), a 200-4r, and i'll be running 3-deuce.

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Hey everyone! Finally got around to having someone rebuild a 350 for me. Its already getting flat-top pistons installed. Just wondering what you would recommend for a cam for me. The cars still got the stock rear end(as far as i know), a 200-4r, and i'll be running 3-deuce.

Thanks everyone
WHAT HEADS YOU RUNNING? looking for compresssion ratio you're goin run
 

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well i got 350 with 202s 10 to 1 compression edelbrock intake holley 670 street avenger and a 280 comp cam and iam very happy with the set up very lumpy cam but works fine, muncie 4 speed stock rear end. tha dang engine gets it on. i highly recommend the 280 comp cam. rick
 

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try going to comp cams website and downloading their cam program. it asks all the important questions and gives several suggestions based on your input. i called comp 3 times and got 3 different opinions from their guys and everyone of them suggested a bigger cam than i thought was needed but the program was right on in my opinion.
 

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I think a 280 is a bit big if you have stock gears and not a lot of compression. I'd drop back to a 274 or 268.

I think that's what the website is going to tell you too.
 
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