For N/A the .349's are perfect and a great drop in set of cams and you wouldnt neccessarily need the gears, but if you want everything you can get out of them the gears and sprockets are great but you'll have to get them degreed :3_winkthuSo I know the topic of "how aggressive can I go" with cams has been tossed around a lot, but I thought I'd post it up in here instead of starting a new thread.
I've got a set of cams I'm going to be sending in at the beginning of the year and am still undecided as to the grind. Obviously I don't want anything too aggressive that would require head work, and would need to be ok via cold starts during the winter.
I think I have it down to two different specs but wanted some other opinions on them.
I was also considering going with cam gears and possibly retarding them by about 2deg if that would help.
No you'll be fine. I have those spec cams in my car without cam gears and I don't have any issues, they've been installed for 3 years now.I bought cams with these specs. (.340 Lift, .210 Duration, .110 Seperation) I'm wanting to install them, but my question is can I do it without having adjustable cam gears/sprockets? i.e. would I have any timing issues(car is my DD)? Or shoud I just wait till I get them to do a full install?