I just stumbled on this site, reading up about the C35. There is a guy with a C35 on the Facebook page, Vintage Fiberglass Dune buggys and his runs great with a little lope to the idle. He posted a video you can view. Anyway, reading some of your specs on this cam, one of you told another about .050 lift at the cam. Think about that a minute.-- .050 is about the same as the gap on some spark plugs. As for setting the rockers, .004 and .006 is pretty close. Usually if you hear the rockers tick a little, they are about right. If they don't tick, they are too tight. Sometimes if you don't use a quality cam lube for initial start up, the cam can go flat and be ruined in a matter of minutes. If you fire the engine and run it around 2000 rpm for 20 minutes without stopping, it will break in and be fine. Anyway, good luck with your specs. As for me. I'm looking for much more than 5/100" or fifty thousandths of lift, even on a worn out stocker.