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Turbo Cam Choice

Which of these cams would be the best for a daily driving 2.3 turbo?
Duration at 050 inch lift
244 int./253 exh.
242 int./242 exh.
260 int./260 exh.
226 int./234 exh.
234 int./234 exh.
250 int./250 exh.
268 int./268 exh.
276 int./276 exh.

all these cams can be found at summitracing
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