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Cam advice?

Post  80hatchstang on February 20th 2012, 10:51 am

Asking for a friend. Have a stock bottom end 460 with d3 cylinder heads and exhaust humps ground out and weiand stealth intake with a 750 vac sec.
Trans is a c6 stall is based on cam. Its going in a 70 F100 with a 3.73 gear.
Would like a little bit of a lumpy idle and make good power throughout power band.
What would you guys reccomend? Thanks in advance

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Re: Cam advice?

Post  IDT-572 on February 21st 2012, 6:54 pm

80hatchstang wrote:Asking for a friend. Have a stock bottom end 460 with d3 cylinder heads and exhaust humps ground out and weiand stealth intake with a 750 vac sec.
Trans is a c6 stall is based on cam. Its going in a 70 F100 with a 3.73 gear.
Would like a little bit of a lumpy idle and make good power throughout power band.
What would you guys reccomend? Thanks in advance

230-236 @ .050 flat Hydraulic on a 108 or 110 sep .550-.560 lift works good on a flat top D3 headed deal, probably won't even need a stall converter other than like a 6 cyl. stock type converter.

There will be several suggestions coming, but this is what I like for a strong street driver.

COMP XE-274H is a good running cam.
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Post  rmcomprandy on February 21st 2012, 7:55 pm

80hatchstang wrote:Asking for a friend. Have a stock bottom end 460 with d3 cylinder heads and exhaust humps ground out and weiand stealth intake with a 750 vac sec.
Trans is a c6 stall is based on cam. Its going in a 70 F100 with a 3.73 gear.
Would like a little bit of a lumpy idle and make good power throughout power band.
What would you guys reccomend? Thanks in advance

Have the valve guides been machined lower. If not, you've got to keep the valve lift BELOW .540".
A "custom" would be the best option and the cost is NOT much different.
Blake's duration figures are about right with around stock compression ratios; slightly optimistic if anything.

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