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MCE Engines Quick TipComp Cams Dual Energy Camshaft SpecificationsChoose a camshaft for the kind of driving you intend to do most often. This is why MCE Engines chose the Comp Cams Dual Energy flat tappet hydraulic camshaft. It offers smooth drivability for the commute along with snappy torque for freeway onramps. And when it's time for Saturday night drag racing, it will do that too. It comes on strong at 2,000 rpm, pulls like stink through 5,500 rpm, and is all finished at 6,000 rpm. The message here isn't horsepower, but plentiful street torque.