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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-22-05, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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Does anybody have a datasheet for this cam?
It's an Erson. I cant find any copies online.

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Does anybody have a datasheet for this cam?
It's an Erson. I cant find any copies online.

Thanks
.545lift on in and ex
in 218 @ 50
ex 228@ 5high lift,dual pattern.needs 4 barrel,headers,lower gears and medium stall conv.Extremely strong mid range camshaft.
How's that? Straight from the Erson catalogue.
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try 'google', 3 clicks and i was there

http://go.mrgasket.com/pdf/ford.pdf
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try 'google', 3 clicks and i was there
http://go.mrgasket.com/pdf/ford.pdf
XRGT,
thanks for the 3 clicks, but I'm already familiar with this site, and it doesn't contain any data (spec) sheets. I should have been more specific, because you've mistaken a basic advertiser's summary as a cam's spec sheet.

Here is an example of the information contained on a data sheet . . .

http://www.cranecams.com/index.php?s...32&lvl=2&prt=5
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With my 3 click try i came up with partnumber; E220222.
But i spose you have allready found what you are after

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With my 3 click try i came up with partnumber; E220222.
But i spose you have allready found what you are after
Yeah thanks XDCLEVO,
though I already have this part number I still have no luck finding the spec sheet for it. Maybe it's an old grind that isn't used much, though I still see the cam for sale on a few sites.
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XRGT,
thanks for the 3 clicks, but I'm already familiar with this site, and it doesn't contain any data (spec) sheets. I should have been more specific, because you've mistaken a basic advertiser's summary as a cam's spec sheet.

Here is an example of the information contained on a data sheet . . .

http://www.cranecams.com/index.php?s...32&lvl=2&prt=5
I emailed mr gasket for a mallory technical question and they responded overnight!

Rhett, a simple or should we say 'specific' email to mrgasket tech support will give you what your after. good luck
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I emailed mr gasket for a mallory technical question and they responded overnight! Rhett, a simple or should we say 'specific' email to mrgasket tech support will give you what your after. good luck
Thanks XRGT,
I've received the info from Erson Cams (Mr Gasket). I've attached the datasheet if anybody else needs it.
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