Cam selection for 340 stroker

From what I have read and heard, the stroker engines can use more camshaft duration than the stock-stroke engines. The one book I have says for a given camshaft duration in a stock-stroke engine, the stroker engine will have similar idle and power characterstics with about 6* more duration. In other words, the same cam in a stroker will appear to be more mild than it would be in a stock-stroke engine.

Should the manufacturers camshaft application charts be skewed to lower RPM's for use in strokers?

What is the "biggest" cam I can get away with using a 3000 rpm stall converter in my 340/416? (Assuming the rest of the build is made to match...compression ratio, intake/carb, gears, etc)

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