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When you are looking for more powerfrom your blown SRT-8 look no further than High Horse Performance. We have just released our Stage 2R Blower Cam. Some of you may know about our "R" series of camshafts. Here is what our "R" camshafts are:



What is the R Series? The R series designates that this camshaft is a more radical grind. With advances in HEMI tuning, our R-Series camshafts run lower LSA's than our regular line of camshafts and require a little bit extra street tuning for smooth operation. We tune these camshafts all of the time at our shops and the end results are perfect.







Working with noted Engine Builder Tony Bischoff of BES Racing Engines (Winner of the 2006, 2007 and 2010 Engine Masters Challenge) we have developed an entire custom line of the best HEMI Camshafts on the market. Each Cam is specially designed, or we should say redesigned, to work better than any other manufacturers cams on the market with the New HEMI. We examined all of the driveability issues and our new redesign addresses all of the problems with the current aftermarket cams including the idling and roughness that have previously been unavoidable. We're extremely confident that our Stage 2 HHP/BES Cam will beat the competition in streetability, power and performance - it has since it's introduction in 2006 and the fastest naturally aspirated stock bottom end cars in the world run our BES Stage 2 camshafts. Why would you want to skimp on performance and accept less power?



All of our Stage 2 cams are designed and tested to work in conjuction with ported and polished heads with upgraded valve springs and computer tuning via the Diablosport Predator CMR Custom Tune is also required. In addition it is highly recommended that you combine this combination with a higher stall torque converter due to intentional powerband shifts.



SPECS: Kept Secret. No smoke and mirrors, no false promises. Call us for more info. (Josh won't let me tell!)



**This Cam Requires Upgraded PSI Valve Springs & Manley Titanium Retainers, Diablosport Custom Tuning and Torque Converter Highly Recommended.



Warning: HHP does not suggest that you replace your cam yourself. Please take your cam to trained professionals such as HHP or one of our partnering performance shops around the nation for installation. Incorrect installation will severely damage and can ruin your engine.



HHP Price $449.95



Product Link http://www.highhorseperformance.com/HHP_BES_Stage_2R_Custom_High_Lift_Blower_Camshaft_p/hhp61cam2rblwr.htm
 

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That's the cam I've got. Hope to get the matching heads soon too.

Don't know if you've changed the grind since then, but I do know mine's a monster now. It made a huge difference at all RPMs, but the top end is just crazy now!

I wasn't able to make it to HHP for the install and tuning, but Johan was able to fix me up on the latter. Thanks guys!

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Nice, Wink! Sounds like a beast. I understand about proprietary secrets, but I wish I knew the specs. Numbers are sooooo comforting.....
 

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Yeah on average I went from ~12.9's to ~12.2's. But like Jeff said, it takes some tuning. Had to send Toona a few logs to unleash it and smooth out the idle. But after that, no issues, just lots more power.

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Wink, is that 7 tenths from the cam only? Or with another mod such as heads or headers at the same time?

You switch so much stuff around its hard to keep track ;)
 

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Nice, Wink! Sounds like a beast. I understand about proprietary secrets, but I wish I knew the specs. Numbers are sooooo comforting.....
Yeah it's all seems a bit 007 to me, but if it let's them keep their edge I'm cool with it. Call Josh or Jeff and I'm sure they'll fix you up.


Wink, is that 7 tenths from the cam only? Or with another mod such as heads or headers at the same time?

You switch so much stuff around its hard to keep track ;)
I have a hard time keeping up myself. But then I'm on the fast track to senility. ;)

Still stock heads, tranny, and no headers. But I did add a converter at the same time. Not convinced it made much|any difference though. My times certainly didn't reflect it. But after the tooning was solid it all came to life. It would break loose at 75 after the cam, on the CrapYears, and the converter isn't helping there. The only other things we did were bigger rails to keep up with the cam, springs, retainers, and pushrods. The cam is a monster!

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Thanks for the follow up. A nice cam maybe next on my to do list.
 
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