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    How much can you change the lift and duration of the cam in a 350 before changing the computer.

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    A little bit more information would be very handy to help you solve your question. For starters, make, model, and year of your vehicle, intended use of the vehicle (towing, racing, daily driver, etc), and other factors. Give us as much information as you can, and we'll do our best to fill in the pieces you're missing.

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    1989 chevy scottsdale 2500, 350 TBI, daily driving

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    Lunati Part#60100
    Valve lift .437 Intake .454 Exhaust
    http://www.lunatipower.com/PDF/LunatiCatalog.pdf
    There's the whole catalog. There are a few more cams and kits for your TBI setup.
    However, if you want to run a little bit bigger cam, you can get a programmer without having to yank the whole computer.

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