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I was within 5 HP and 14TQ, and the peaks were right on. You enter all of your engine components and it will choose some cams for your engine and even give you an estimated hp and torque figures for your combo. I ran a combo that I designed in DD and then was built/dynoed (not by me). The Comp Cams junk indicated 75 more HP and 90 more TQ. It'll make you happy when you see the numbers, but sad when the engine doesn't deliver This simulator seemed alright for some combos, like a xr294hr hydraulic roller cam chevy 388.4 (4.06x3.75) with Victor jr. heads, single plane max intake, 750 carb, and big open headers made 431hp and 485lb/ft torque which seems reasonable. But when I entered air flow numbers for a head that flows less than the Edelbrocks, it went crazy and showed 600 hp. It also showed a dead on number for my 882 headed 350 with a 240 cam and small headers with mufflers. This is a free tool that should be used to help choose a cam. The peak hp/tq numbers shouldn't be used anyway, peak numbers don't tell the whole story anyway. Use Camquest6 to pick a few different cams then plug them into a desktop dyno and see which one gives the better curve and low to mid-range torque. Ive run numerous combos out of tech articles and as long as I have head flows and cam numbers right it hits within 4or5% of the dynos they ran on real engine. Its realy cool piece and great for comparing parts without spending the cash. Ive had mine for about 10 years and only updated once. Im looking at getting the one for track simaulations and seeing if it comes close to what I actualy get when running car this year. If anyone has this program and have any feed back it would be appreciated. it's a good tool to get you into the ballpark, before you call the tech line.. and thats all it's for, it helps people understand what all the different grinds will do.. so the guy on the phone isn't teaching a class on cam grinding Remember Murphys 2nd law of mechanical relationships... I was within 5 HP and 14TQ, and the peaks were right on. You enter all of your engine components and it will choose some cams for your engine and even give you an estimated hp and torque figures for your combo. I ran a combo that I designed in DD and then was built/dynoed (not by me). The Comp Cams junk indicated 75 more HP and 90 more TQ. It'll make you happy when you see the numbers, but sad when the engine doesn't deliver This simulator seemed alright for some combos, like a xr294hr hydraulic roller cam chevy 388.4 (4.06x3.75) with Victor jr. heads, single plane max intake, 750 carb, and big open headers made 431hp and 485lb/ft torque which seems reasonable. But when I entered air flow numbers for a head that flows less than the Edelbrocks, it went crazy and showed 600 hp. It also showed a dead on number for my 882 headed 350 with a 240 cam and small headers with mufflers. This is a free tool that should be used to help choose a cam. The peak hp/tq numbers shouldn't be used anyway, peak numbers don't tell the whole story anyway. Use Camquest6 to pick a few different cams then plug them into a desktop dyno and see which one gives the better curve and low to mid-range torque. Ive run numerous combos out of tech articles and as long as I have head flows and cam numbers right it hits within 4or5% of the dynos they ran on real engine. Its realy cool piece and great for comparing parts without spending the cash. Ive had mine for about 10 years and only updated once. Im looking at getting the one for track simaulations and seeing if it comes close to what I actualy get when running car this year. If anyone has this program and have any feed back it would be appreciated. it's a good tool to get you into the ballpark, before you call the tech line.. and thats all it's for, it helps people understand what all the different grinds will do.. so the guy on the phone isn't teaching a class on cam grinding Remember Murphys 2nd law of mechanical relationships...

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