Question: How bad is the drivability between a stage II and a III I want the most usable power possible, and be able to drive it around town, I mean when you say it's a rough idle, call dumb if you must, but what exactly do you mean? I've read some info from marcymotorsport, but I just dont get the definition of Rough Idle. I'm trying to decide between the too, also I plan on adding a turbo kit, would these cams work or should I look for something else?
STAGE-II: PERFORMANCE STREET / OPEN TRACK / DRAG RACE USE: 1500-7000RPM
Fair Idle, good low to mid range and strong top end power. Largest grind for automatic trans. For max HP use low restriction air intake, 1.75" header and 2.5" exhaust. Valve Springs and Retainers Required. Use 9.0-11.0:1 compression ratio. ECU Re-Flash Required.
STAGE-III: HOT STREET / OPEN TRACK / DRAG RACE USE: 2500-7500RPM
Rough Idle, strong mid range and strong top end power. Manual transmission ONLY. For max HP use oversize air intake and air meter, intake manifold, head work, 1.875" header and 2.75" exhaust. Valve Springs and Retainers Required. Use 10.0-12.0:1 compression ratio. ECU Re-Flash Required.