You can still purchase from Stahl ( if in stock, also selling kits) no more manufacturing.
Gary---Lunati techs sent me the specs for a roller cam designed for a stock 302 ,M21 ,3:73 rear end. ( engine would have more bottom end thus street friendly gear) However requires larger diameter valve springs and I'm not about to have my heads cut.
Or exchange them with another set I have.
I do have a 64 327 with a set of 2.02's 64 cc heads (early castings) ,nice candidate for a future project...
We run a roller in a 400 (414) and are very pleased with the results. smooth idle and improved vacuum, HP/torque crosses at 5500. 7400 starts falling off , but still pulls on a pass,curves run parallel on the dyno .Makes quite a bit of power but no "lobe" at idle ,and no "hit". Very smooth power band. I'm sold on them. Modern technology. Just goes outside my parameters for this project. Not to say I may not have another
engine on the stand for it
Hey ,survive the storm ok
Original thread...really do not think you can go wrong with a set of tuned Hookers.