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... well my HO cams arrived on Saturday. I have read a number of threads here about lash adjusters popping off. Some people attribute it to oil temp / viscosity on cold starts.
I have 3 questions:

Should I (and why or why not) switch to those faster beehive springs or use the stock springs?

Should I (and why or why not) switch to those solid lash adjusters or use the stock ones?

Is there anything else I should do or any other comments?


Hopefully next week, I can get back to it. work is keeping me busy.
Thanks,
Kevin
 

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...daily driver, some towing once in a while, will never see a dragstrip. HO cams are just low hanging fruit for an upgrade with it all being apart right now. It was stock when I took it apart. I will probably have Dwight bore out my TB. Other than that, nothing yet. Will put a cold air intake on as it goes back together.Pretty much everyone agrees that the cams will wake it up a bit though.

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Where did you get your cams from if you don't mind me asking?
1 x Mopar Performance 1999-2007 4.7L H/O Camshafts (Mopar 53x21412AD, 53x21411AD) = $285.00
Original Chrysler equipment. I got them from a guy in MO called 3rd strike performance. I think he is a one man operation but he was able to get them. It is worth checking for availability before ordering. They showed up on Saturday. Total of $293.95 after shipping to my doorstep.

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