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Old 07-24-2006, 21:36   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone ever use this cam ?

Hi,

Has anyone ever used this cam for 351C 4V?


Comp Cams Grind No.XE274H
Part No. 32-246-4
230@ .50 Inlet
236@.50 Exh
110LSA
562 Lift Inlet
565 Lift Exhaust

Any opinions on it for a Performance street Hydraulic cam?

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Old 07-26-2006, 05:11   #2 (permalink)
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Fine as long as you have a reasonable stally
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Old 07-26-2006, 16:11   #3 (permalink)
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Hi,

A 4 Speed Toploader is going to be used.

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make sure you have rollers
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Stud mount , or are yella terra street bolt on good enough?
What about comp cams roller tip rockers? Also would you run guide plates?
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Stud mount , or are yella terra street bolt on good enough?
What about comp cams roller tip rockers? Also would you run guide plates?
The bolt on rockers would be fine
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Old 07-27-2006, 02:42   #7 (permalink)
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Only need guide plates on stud mounted roller rockers.

The pedestals on stock rockers or bolt on rockers keep them aligned so these types don't need guideplates.

Yep, bolt on AOK for that cam, but if you have plans to go bigger later, then at a little more expense, you can get screw in studs fitted for stud mounted rockers & guideplates. Your choice though, but you'd be up for an extra $450 for machining, guide plates & screw in studs. Plus the hassel of pulling your heads apart in the process. Bolt ons avoid all that.

I think Yella Terra have a series that use a grub screw for alignment. Some guys here have them.
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We've used it a few times in Clevo's. The cam itself is an excellent grind, it really works well with CHI 2V's and a RPM Air Gap manifold. Ideally you'd want some 3.5s or 3.7s in the diff.

IMHO its one of my preferred hydraulics for a Clevo. Nice sounding idle, great torque and horsepower, without the need for massive compression ratios.
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Thanks for all the input guys, much appreciated.

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