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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-26-05, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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with cam run in on a crow 211367 which is 226/232dur @50 and 530' and 548' lift running crows 7333 springs which has a 330spring rate should i remove the inner spring or just leave it and also what oil pump should i run a hv oil pump or standard

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with cam run in on a crow 211367 which is 226/232dur @50 and 530' and 548' lift running crows 7333 springs which has a 330spring rate should i remove the inner spring or just leave it and also what oil pump should i run a hv oil pump or standard
YOU SHOULD REMOVE THE INNER SPRINGS , RUN A STD VOLUME PUMP ALSO
MAKE SURE YOU USE ROLLER ROCKERS
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yeah got roller rockers now after the last one got wiped from rockers binding on the pedestals
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I have same cam, I used penrite running in oil and left the springs as one peice.
went fine.. many km's on it now.
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awsome thanks mate wont worry about taking them off thanks for that
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Oil pump, for hi vol you will need restrictor's and they can be hard on dizzy drive as well with the lift on that cam you should not have to remove the inner's but it's advisable to run it in on a dyno as you can vary the load, and in that case remove the inner's
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awsome thanks mate wont worry about taking them off thanks for that
IF YOU DONT TAKE OUT THE INNER SPRINGS YOU WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY
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yeah i know it voids warranty but how do they know that unless you work their or something
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yeah i know it voids warranty but how do they know that unless you work their or something
MY MATE WORKS THERE IN THE WARRANTY SECTION
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haha funny stuff i just had my cam back their and i work at autobarn they take for ever and they forget about cams that are sittin on their benches in front of them they are great people at crow wouldnt recomend them over stock ford cams
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