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Old 04-07-2003, 03:03   #1 (permalink)
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Question Crane Cam 2031

After opinions on this cam for 5ltr V8

Anyone used this cam before? Whats it like? Idling?
Price wise and where to buy from?

Part no. too......
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Old 04-07-2003, 03:51   #2 (permalink)
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i've heard these are probably the best cams to use - very friendly on the EMS.

Cams like the FMS E303's are a bit nasty at idle...
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Nah not nasty mate.. sounds great, The F303 on the other hand is rather chunky...
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how much does a cam affect your exhaust note?
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Yes it's better with less than 220 @ 50 on duration imo. Which the 2031 is, more lift too with 1:7 rockers.

The E303 has 110* lobe speration that makes it alittle choppy at idle..

The 2030 is excelent too in some ways wilder than 2031 runs with 1:6 rockers.. Very streetable..

Comp cams XE266HR is excelent also
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True its lumpy at idle but its more than happy to idle at 8-900 rpm which takes the chop out of it
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True its lumpy at idle but its more than happy to idle at 8-900 rpm which takes the chop out of it
Add twin turbo's and it's awsome!! See my specs...
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HeeHee you win love ya work Graeme
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it sounds like my one the 2031, I use 1.7 rollers too. Great idle..

http://www.cranecams.com/master/apps/ford20.htm
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it sounds like my one the 2031, I use 1.7 rollers too. Great idle..

http://www.cranecams.com/master/apps/ford20.htm
Where di you purchase it and for how much mate?
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