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Old 03-14-2005, 22:32   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

This is probably a long shot but I've recently removed a cam from my 302 cleaveland. It has "ce1109" stamped on it, and approx. .54 lift. Cant find anything on the internet, and I'm trying to find some specs to help choose a replacement.

Any help appreciated. . .
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Re: mystery cam

I think CE1109 is a "Beginning Braille" course

http://www.ed2go.com/cgi-bin/newoic/newcrsdes.cgi?name=mcc&course=bbr&title=CE1109^Beginning^Braille^&departmentnum=FL

How do you know the cam has .540 lift? ie: lobe height x 1.73?

Sorry about the cam specs.........thats a tricky one. If you really wanted to know what specs it has so you can use it as a base for previously known performance, I'm sure a cam shop could measure it for you.
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Celine try Camshaft Engineering in Brisbane. My cam has the prefix "ce".
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That sounds real promising. Thanks heaps, xw383.

For the lift I found the difference between widest and narrowest measurements on the lobe times 1.73. I just know this is a big cam: 5”vacuum at 800rpm.
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Re: mystery cam

any old machine shop would send it out for u to get it measured. i had the same issue, I wanted to to tame down my motor but I had to know wat I had to begin with. took it out and gave to my engine guy and he sent it to his cam man and gave me all the specs so I could select my next 1.
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Old 03-17-2005, 21:35   #6 (permalink)
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Turned out to be a Camshaft Engineering one like xw383 suggested.

.313/.311 lift at lobe

232/222 duration @ 50

108 deg. lobe separation

That turned out nicely, thanks.
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