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Old 03-06-2007, 21:43   #1 (permalink)
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Cls138 Camshaft

Has anybody got the timing figures for this camshaft?
i am building a 351c,2v CC heads and I am looking for a small solid to run in it.
Trying to compare the cls138 to the Crane F238 and a Lunati 411a1LUN.Also looked at the smallest Crow solid but not sure.
Anyone got any other suggestions for a camshaft?
comp just over 10:1
Dual plane manifold - 750VS
mild head work
extractors
max rpm around 6500
would like to run a converter around 3000rpm.
3.25 or 3.5 gears.
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Old 03-07-2007, 13:02   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Cls138 Camshaft

The Crow 21626 solid 238/248 @ 0.050 cheaper with earlier IVC for higher DCR
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Old 03-07-2007, 14:23   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks northiam,i did quite like the look of that cam.Are you happy with the performance of yours?What size conveter are you running?
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3300 stall, 3.5 gears. runs 12.9 ET with no traction! good tyres I guess mid 12's.
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mate,you got to be happy with that!Top effort with that size cam. I wasn't even looking to go that fast.I would be happy with mid 13's.
Does it still have reasonable manners?
how did it go when you had the performer on it?
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Picked up 20hp changing to funnelweb from performer but I never run the 1/4 with performer. Lost a little bottom end with the funnelweb thou, but got it back with the 750DP.
Daily driver for sure if you like 250/300k to a tank!
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Re: Cls138 Camshaft

ouch.Well I suppose all that power don't come cheap.thanks for the info.
So far it looks like the 238 crow seems to be a good option.
Does anybody else have any smallish solid cams that work they would like to share?
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