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You're going to wind up with a lot of CR and a mild cam. The dynamic CR (the CR based on when the intake valve closes) will be pretty high. You might need to back off on the ignition timing (and/or re-curve the distributor) to prevent detonation at peak advance. Changing to a more radical cam (let's a an E) will reduce the dynamic CR since the intake valve stays open longer, and will help your engine to rev a little higher in the rev range.
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