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Old 07-11-2021, 09:43 AM
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Luce: Thanks for your comments. I concur.

FWIW, given the operating conditions of most vehicles (Cobras included), MPFI would seem to be the better choice. Improved idle quality and low RPM drivability would seem to be more important than a few extra high RPM horsepower, IMO. I know there are those that track their cars, so their decision may be different, but MPFI seems the better choice for a 'street' car.

Question: Given the improved low RPM behaviour of a MPFI system, can a 'slightly' more radical cam be used to provide more high RPM horsepower? What's the impact on midrange drivability?
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