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I know that there isn't a lot of "tangible" data on cams and there are some VERY strong opinions on "effectiveness" (lack thereof actually) of a cam, but I am with you. I have yet to read where a guy who put a cam in his truck hated the way it drove after it was back on the road. I definitely won't preach to buy a cam for everyone, but I do believe that there is enough supporting evidence for a mild cam (like the Colt Stage 1) that if you're doing a motor build with new lifters and have to buy a new cam anyways (it is stupid not to do a new cam with new lifters), you might as well buy an aftermarket one like the Colt Stage 1 cam.
Are the Stage 1 cams still a reground cam or are they a billet cam now??
Either way, I'm looking to get a stage 1 cam for my next rebuild.
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