I bought a Jones cam several years ago and it was delivered as quick as any I have ordered. Then 3 cams ago I ordered again when a lifter failed. After waiting a couple of months I canceled and ordered the same cam from LSM except in a 4-7 swap. I found out that LSM makes their own cores and supply's the manufacturers theirs. Their web site claims they can grind them in 1-2 days. But my last one took 3 weeks because of the crona. It was a 4-7, 3-2 swap for a mopar.
Originally posted by mathias: Ok Mike refunded money and give me explanation on Yellowbullet,he said there was no cores available,so now i need recomdations,Ed said LSM,so i try there whatabout Bullet cams?
This has a Bullet Cam. Been in the 5's n/a 23 sbc 3200 lbs. Out of the box Brodix T1 cylinder heads.
Factory condition muscle car with a front and backseat delete with triple chrome plated steel bumpers.
Fastest of its kind on the planet has a Bullet cam.
I built the engine,transmission and setup the ring & pinion. Home built
Bullet, Clay Smith, Crower, Lunati ... I've gotten good performance from all.
This is nasty Crower hydraulic roller I put in a BBC for the low compression pump gas street car , made over 700 hp easily in handful of dyno pulls. Nothing elaborate, out of the box aluminum square port heads. It rips well past 7000 rpms.
I had great customer service. I was lucky I guess in that I had a cam and needed to be reground so so cam core needed. I even had a bad cam core with first one and he had spent bunch of time trying to correct, but could not and no extra charge.
Very satisfied and highly recommend the guy.
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