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Yeah you could do that. But you asked for a suggestion, so here's a good one.

Take a deep breath. Think about what you are doing. IIRC you posted the other day that your engine is making all kinds of bad noises and your mechanic said it had problems. The FIRST thing you need to do is figure out what is wrong with your engine and address that. That's before any performance parts. Throwing a new cam and lifter kit at an engine without making sure it is in good shape to begin with would be a waste of time, effort and cash.

If it were me, I'd be finding out exactly where the noises were coming from, figuring out how many miles the engine had on it since rebuild, measuring the oil pressure and doing a compression test...before I went running to the summit catalog for a bunch of go-fast-jump-high goodies.

But that's just me. You do what you want to do and good luck while you're doing it.

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