I currently have a 93 302 with Hypereutectic pistons.
GT40P heads, f303 cam, gt40 intake and 1.6 rockers.
4:10 Gears, 2800 Stall.
Would this cam fit my application well, and would this require notching pistons or aftermarket pistons? If this wouldn't work well for me can you please recommend one, thank you!
Asked by Corey P. from Festus | Comment 1 0
This is a huge cam Corey. not only will you hit the pistons, but the heads and intake will not flow enough to support this cam. Honestly, the F303 cam is a great cam and is still pretty big.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | 1 Comments 0 0
First of all, welcome to the Mustang family, and enjoy the ride!
This cam is NOT recommended to be used in a stock motor, as the lift on this cam exceeds the tolerances for a stock motor. This cam should really only be used on an engine that has been bult. Most people that use this cam have aftermarket heads, 1.6 Roller Rockers, Aftermarket Intake, 255 LPH Fuel Pump, and a decent set of headers. If you have an automatic, a Stall Converter may be required.
If you are looking for a cam that you could run in a stock application, we recommend this cam:
As far as your question about forums, being here in Central Texas I have always been partial to places like Lone Star Stangs, DFWMustangs, and Austin Area Stangs. Now if you aren't located in Texas, you could always check out Corral.net, and SVTPerformance.com
Hopefully, this helps you out!
Answered by Tim R. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
This cam will work well with your top end mods, but the bottom end is going to be a concern with piston to valve clearance. This is a very large cam, so as a result, measures have to be taken to provide enough clearance for piston to valve clearance.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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