Could anyone help me with choosing a cam. My TR6 engine is machined with 20
thousands over on bore, no shaving of the head (other than to correct minor
warpage), and the head was rebuilt with hardened exhaust seats, and a
three-angle grind. I plan on the TR6 being purely a road car - with much
better oil pressure after the rebuild (I hope). Other than the machine-work
mentioned above, I plan on using the same carburetor / intake manifold, and
the same exhaust manifold that splits into two exhaust pipes for the 1976
version of the car.
Is a "hotter" cam warranted here? If so, what level would still offer the
best "fun", while still being drivable in all ranges of driving - highway
and city? Also, I'm still wanting to pass emissions once in Colorado, so
this is also an issue I have to keep in mind.
'76 TR6 -- block and head are finally completed, I just have to go to pick
them up from the machine shop! Another check-off on my restore "To-Do"