SteveA wrote:BTW Ken, what do you interpret Norris meant by 'COMPLETE Vave Train recommended'
Steve, I think they were primarily referring to using their high performance spring kits, which included springs, titanium retainers, and spring seats, as opposed to using stock springs. That was what cam grinders back then typically specified as necessary for their higher performance cam grinds. The other common warnings were to check for spring bind, retainer-to-guide clearance at full lift, and valve-to-piston clearance.
Other mods like rocker lightening, aftermarket pushrods, bronze guides, bigger valves, and so on were not things cam grinders normally required for their cams to work. They did sometimes include recommendations for mods like high compression pistons and free flowing exhausts to get maximum benefit from hotter cams, but not as a condition for using them.
This particular cam profile is for flat tappets, so no follower radiusing required, unless you wanted to do so to make the valve lift profile a little milder.