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    Quote Originally Posted by APE Jay
    It becomes a valve spring issue. That is why we use our 435 in all of our big Kaw "street" engine kits

    <DIV>Jay, is there any spring longevity issue with the 435's? or just if u go beyond 435.</DIV>
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    It sounds like nobody likes the Andrews 3x cams?? They have 282 deg. duration @.030 and 270 Deg. @.050 and .418 lift.

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    Yes they are availible, Pit Stop has them, they purchased the rights to the grind.

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    When I was running my Web 460/435 combination I had no problem with valve springs whilerunning them on the street for several years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packard1
    Yes they are availible, Pit Stop has them, they purchased the rights to the grind.
    I can't seem to find this shop. Do they have a website? Thanks.

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    Contact WEBCAM. They can make ( GRIND ) anything you want. ; )

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    Whats the biggest cams [not daily driver] i can run--</span>

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    </span></div><div>Maybe I can answer your question?</span></div><div>
    </span></div><div>The Biggest Lift you can run is appx. .470"+ (I think up to .500" full race only?}</span></div><div>
    </span></div><div>The Biggest Duration on the market is appx. 320 degrees of Duration.</span></div><div>
    </span></div><div>Note- Are you asking what cams, you should use?....Now that's another issue. If so, please tell us about your building skills, your height &amp; weight, Bike weight &amp; mods, your ridding skills, and how often do you want to work on it?</span></div><div>
    </span></div><div>You said it's not a daily driver, what will you be using it for, and how often?</span></div><div>
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    Quote Originally Posted by packard1
    It sounds like nobody likes the Andrews 3x cams?? They have 282 deg. duration @.030 and 270 Deg. @.050 Â*and .418 lift.&lt;!-- bmi_SafeAddOnload(bmi_load,"bmi_orig_img",0);//--&gt;
    We sold those for a while as a shim on top cam, then found that when turning the motor over to set valves, wtc, you could hear a clicking sound. Upon further inspection we fount that the shim was lifting up on the side opposite of the lobe, then snapping back down. Way too scarey for ship on top, so we settled on the .410 and 435 for SPB.
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    </div><div>Do you know of anyone running your 410/435 together? The 435 on the intake and the 410 on the exhaust?</div>
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