Without question the cam sets the power band, but the question was ask what
it felt like while being driven. By design the power band is designed to fit
allot of criteria, one of which is the gear ratios of the transmission.
Again, the information is out there with dyno sheets and multiple runs to
show the curve. Just a simple search will answer all of the questions.
Fun to do so enjoy it while you can, all of my track racing stopped in Sept.
1965 when a flywheel came through the scatter shield. With that gentle
reminder it was time to stop and raise the kids and provide for their
future. Still sneak in an autocross every now and then.
Life is a sexually transmitted condition that is always fatal.
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That was enough for Garlits to lay in the hospital bed and design the
rear engine Swamp Rat.
I remember having the 1/8 scale Revell model when the car first debuted.
The one without
the wing and the Gilmer Belt right at the back of his head.
(the temp. got up to 210 degrees for a short period - yikes!)
210....that's nothing. My C5 see's that routinely. Has there been some
changes in the C6 that makes this temp considered to be hot? My cooling fan
(when not in AC mode) doesn't come on to somewhere above 210. What temp did
the fan come on the Z06?
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