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    captiannapalm
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    has anyone put a mild cam in their 215 for that nice lopey sound?

    #12878

    oaklyss
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    I have put the Crower Level 3 in a 62 Skylark 215. And I have put a Crower Level 2 in a 61 Olds Cutlass 215. Both worked fine. The level 3 was lopey-er of course..

    http://s145.photobucket.com/user/OAKLYSS/media/1961%20Oldsmobile%20Cutlass/GP%20Idle%203_zpscrz6mna0.mp4.html?sort=3&o=0

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    oaklyss
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    The Skylark had plenty of carburetors to feed it:

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    #12883

    oaklyss
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    The 1961 Cutlass sounded good with the level 2:
    http://s145.photobucket.com/user/OAKLYSS/library/1961%20Oldsmobile%20Cutlass?sort=3&page=1

    and also dual carbs:

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    captiannapalm
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    unfortunately I do not use photo bucket anymore…too many ads and 2.50 /month aint worth it.

    #12886

    62cutlassconvert
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    Flowmaster’s give you a little lopey sound all by themselves. I’m going to try some Flowmaster HP2s(Hush Power) soon but don’t know if they have the same effect as standard Flowmaster.

    Also, if you go to a stiffer valve spring on a level 2 cam you will get a little more lope than the standard springs and stay with the driveability of the level 2.

    Nice pictures, I’ll bet those things go!

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