(I deleted my previous thread cause it wandered off-topic. I finally got the engine squared away and test drove it today)
I cammed down from the Poston 118 cam to the TA 290-94H to try to bring the powerband a bit lower. Really the cams are about the same size but the TA is done on a 110 LSA and the Poston on a 118 LSA
The Poston 118 really would have liked a 3200 stall in my combo, but I wasnt comfortable on the street with that. too "slippy", and I didnt want to rev my engine to 6000rpm at WOT, which the 118 would have liked.
Anyhow, my test drive went well with the TA cam. It feels a bit more "mid-rangey", and still has that street-strip cam long pull. I am hoping that this cam's powerband is a bit more useful to me. Its still a bit big of a cam for my low comp 350.
Ive got a little more tinkering/tuning to do and some more test driving.
I will keep posting results, especially once we reach the spring/summer and I start shooting it with the nitrous and take it to the track.