Originally Posted by Bullet Ride
I am getting new springs, but just oem ones, not upgraded ones. I ended up buying a Schrick 284/272 cam and although upgraded springs are recommended I've seen the same cam used on stock springs go up to 7500rpm. I'm not really interested (at least not yet
) in going over 7000rpm since the stock tach only goes up to 7000rpm and without some port work and itbs the head most likely won't flow enough to be useful past that rpm anyway.
Stock springs are deadly above 7200. Either start floating or snap, especially with a higher lift cam. And isn't a 284 a very aggressive cam?