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Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords – Smog-Legal Killer

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In the April 2013 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, the editorial staff continues to build their emissions-friendly ’92 SSP coupe. Among other products, a variety of COMP Cams components are used in the project. COMP parts include a boost-friendly camshaft, lifters, a spider valley tray kit, Hi-Tech Pushrods™ and a composite distributor gear. You can read the story by clicking on the link below. ... Read More »

Chevy High Performance – Hot Headed

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In the December issue, the staff at Chevy High Performance finishes its 496c.i. power plant which it hopes to make 700 HP on the dyno. The build, overseen by Bryce Mulvey of Dr. J’s Performance in Anaheim, CA, utilizes a variety of COMP Cams components including a custom camshaft, Ultra-Pro Magnum Rocker Arms™, Hi-Tech Pushrods™, dual valve springs, spring seats and 10-degree titanium retainers. You can read about ... Read More »

Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords – 363 Vs. 363, Part 3

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In their September issue, the writers at Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords continue their short-deck vs. tall-deck 363 build-off. Here they put together the tall-deck utilizing a variety of aftermarket parts including a custom COMP Cams camshaft and lifters. Read about the build by clicking on the link below, we also encourage you to pick up the September 2012 issue of Muscle ... Read More »

Car Craft – The Turbo Cam Shootout

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In their September issue, the editorial staff at Car Craft took the advice of renowned engine builder Kenny Duttweiler to treat a properly sized, high-efficiency turbo engine like a naturally aspirated one. To do so, the team set up experiments in which they installed three different COMP Cams single-pattern hydraulic roller camshafts on a 420c.i. small block stroker with a pair of ... Read More »

Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords – 617HP Paxton Street Stroker

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In the August 2012 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, the editorial staff puts together a 331 stroker engine with boost that turns out 617 horsepower. The build features a COMP Cams  Xtreme Energy XE266HR hydraulic roller cam, COMP aluminum 1.6 roller rockers, hydraulic roller lifters and a double roller timing chain, as well as a set of 205cc Pro Elite™ aluminum heads from RHS. Read about the supercharged ... Read More »

Circle Track – Upgrading The Crate, Part 2

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In the August 2012 issue, the editorial staff at Circle Track continues the engine build series where they try to create a competitive Super Street engine from a castoff Chevy crate. The build features a Chevy 604 utilizing a COMP Cams solid flat tappet camshaft, Beehive™ LS Valve Springs, Ultra Pro Magnum™ Steel Rockers and COMP guideplates, along with parts from RHS and Powerhouse Products. Click the link to see the Circle ... Read More »

Mopar Muscle – Testing, Testing Part 2

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As part of the June 2012 issue, the staff at Mopar Muscle continues its Chrysler 383 build.This month they have picked up 58 horsepower and 35 lb-ft of torque by spending a day on the dyno. The build includes a COMP Cams flat tappet camshaft and lifters, COMP  PN 26925-16 valve springs and COMP  Ultra Pro™ Magnum Rockers. Read the story by clicking on the attachment below. We ... Read More »

Chevy High Performance – Big Heat

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In their May 2012 issue, the editorial staff at Chevy High Performance undertook the task of building a 496c.i. short block for the track. For the build they used a COMP Cams solid roller cam , the COMP Ultimate Adjustable Timing Set and Elite Race™ Solid Roller Lifters. Check out the attachment below to read about the build. We also encourage you to pick up ... Read More »

Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords – Back to Bolt-Ons

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In the May 2012 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, Richard Holdener shows us how to make 500-plus horsepower by camming a naturally aspirated Coyote crate engine with a set of COMP camshafts. Swapping four cams may sound intimidating, but the guys at the magazine quickly learned that this cam swap is an easy no-brainer. Click on the attachment below to ... Read More »

Valve Train Upgrades: Freshen Up Your Cylinder Heads-Chevy High Performance

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In their April issue the staff at Chevy High Performance writes about how to extend the lifespan of your cylinder head’s valve train. The team had the heads of their 525c.i. big block build completely rebuilt using COMP Cams Triple Valve Springs, valve seals, spring seats and shims. Read about the process by clicking on the attachment below. We also encourage you to ... Read More »