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After rebuilt, block and head were milled to make sure the surface was really clean to drop the head and run safe.

Both were mileed 0.023 inches.
Now i´ll probably need to advance the cams, since they delay a few degrees.

I´de like to know how many degrees it really delay and what settings on the new cams gears should i use to run again stock, like 0,0

I´m running Endyn 11.5 CR, 82.mm bore with eagle rods.
I´m also running stock cams with portflow inner valves and ti retainers.

Where can i go in the cam gears to gain some extra hp ?
Where should i start with ?

Thanks in advance.

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Can i advance the stock a little bit further and expect some hp gains ?

Michael, right now without cam gears with the head milled am i losing high end ?

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try going in one direction until you lose power. I would not exceed 8 degrees advance if your builder did not measure your piston to valve and how much clearance you have. You can clay test and work out how much room you have to advance. remember to correct the ignition timing after you've adjusted the intake cam. In the dyno session article I describe my approach to basic dyno tuning...other people have their own way. I reduce the LSA to get more overlap but advance the intake cam to get more cylinder pressure. on some cars you will find that keeping the LSA constant but advancing the both IN/EX will get you more up top...depends on the car.
 
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