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MHS gen 2 na cams

I bought a set if Jordan's cams back in December, just haven't had time to install them yet. Work has been crazy. I haven't seen any topics on these cams yet, and was wondering if anyone has them and what they thought of them. Their real close to the CMS stage 1 na cams, but a little different. I know a lot of people love the Cushman's, and probably couldn't tell to much between the 2, but hey, you never know. I'm pairing things up with a Bullitt intake, long tubes, and a real nice valve job. Should make for a decent little street car, until I'm able to buy my pro charger next year. I bought the Bullitt because of the charger. Anyways, I appreciate all the info you may have on these cams for I haven't found much on them yet. Thanks y'all. Here's a pic of my can card.

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You will be close to 300w with that setup. The procharger will like them even though they are NA. Any custom grind by CMS, MHS, NA SVT, etc will be a good cam. They will all perform pretty closely too each other.

I have comp XE268H cams, longtubes, etc and made 275w/285t NA, with the procharged D1 I'm at 440w/400t. That will give you an idea of what gains you will see with the procharger.


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Sweet numbers man. I am going to keep it on the street, and that's why I was looking for a smaller cam. I know what the comp 262, and the cms stage 1 cams are capable off. I figured the MHS was worth a shot. I like the fact that the lift are switched around. Cause the Lord knows we have enough exhaust Lift on these cars.
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Yeah exhaust lift and duration are definitely not a problem on the stock cams.

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