What brand of camshaft is better Crane arms or Edelbrock?

I was planning on Edelbrock RPM but i hear lots of people saying that its no good and that Crane Arms is better. Any tips?

3 Responses to “What brand of camshaft is better Crane arms or Edelbrock?”

  1. dodge man  on February 1st, 2011

    no that’s not true ,crane or edelbrock both make a real good cam,I’m running an edelbrock set up in my dodge and it gives no problems at all,crane does make a really good cam but its no better than a edelbrock set up,i use more crane cams though because they cost less,that’s the only reason though,good luck.

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  2. CARL G H  on February 1st, 2011

    the cam choices are really based on your needs. Edelbrock makes an awsome matched component package where the cam, intake and exhaust are computer matched for power. Crane has more grinds than starbucks and can be “tuned” to your exact needs. Engle makes a great cam, crowler, pro comp, if you call the tech line for the company tell them what you have and what you are going for performance wise they will fit you with exactly what you need from all of them!

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  3. Country Boy  on February 1st, 2011

    I’d like to toss in a third and fourth very good optionss: Comp Cams, lifters and the the “bee-hive” valve springs work really well. All Crower products are top shelf. Connecting rods, valve train, valves, crankshafts, flat and roller lifters, valve springs etc. The most important Item when selecting a camshaft it’s intended use and rpm range you’re shooting for.

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