Originally Posted by shard351
I'm in the process of replacing a buggered hydraulic camshaft with a solid cam. With the hydraulic (Crow cam 211367, lift .530 / .548, 0.050dur 226/232) the car made 231rwkw.
the new cam is Crow cam 21626, lift .560 / .570, 0.050dur 238/244. This seems pretty close to a Crane F238?
What do you think would be the expected power gain?
Are there any parts which don't match the combination(ie any areas for improvement)?
Engine as I know:
351 + 0.040"
Keith Black forged pistons
2V heads ported flows 530hp
Yella Terra roller rockers
Redline street torker single plane manifold
1" 4 hole spacer
Accel electronic dissy
4-1 Pacemaker headers 2"primaries
2.25" twin exhaust
Engine runs through toploader and 3.25 LSD 9in diff
I run a solid 605/605 lift with 248 @ 50 and AFD heads, 800 v/s carb and make 248 rwkw on Dyno Dynamics shootout mode and 252rwkw on a new Mailine dyno. see the Clevo sounds thread for vid of my car on Dyno
So if your combo willl make 250rwkw I will bring my car down to your dyno so I can make 270/280rwkw. Only thing you have that I don't is 1" spacer and 2" Pacys.
I have 1 3/4" Pacys and 2.5" twin exhaust only one muffler each side thru toploader and 3.5 geared 9"
Not bagging your car/combo but I think 231rwkw is a bit high for what it had. Try another dyno. I have no doubts you will make more power with the new cam. Good luck