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Old 05-28-2003, 17:47   #1 (permalink)
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Question OEM Roller Cams

Would anyone out there be able to provide (factory/TVE) part numbers and timing specs on the following late model 5.0 liter roller cams;

EB1 XR8 (w/auto trans & 1.6 rockers)
ED XR8 Sprint (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)
EL 30th Anniversary GT (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)
AUIII XR8 (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)
AUIII 220 (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)

Also, has anyone tried the camshaft out of the 260 Kw Stroker engine in a standard 5.0Liter w/auto trans?

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Old 06-12-2003, 23:09   #2 (permalink)
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I realise this an old thread but, I'd like to know also. EB1 XR8 (w/auto trans & 1.6 rockers)
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Searched all through my SVO catalgue and NO std cams are listed..However early cams are 444 lift..
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Searched all through my SVO catalgue and NO std cams are listed..However early cams are 444 lift..
444 at the valve not the lobe...
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444 at the valve not the lobe...
Where did I say at the lobe ???
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Where did I say at the lobe ???
I thought we were talking cams, not valvetrain, it can get confusing for people when talking figures and not know exactly what part the figure applies to...
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I thought we were talking cams, not valvetrain, it can get confusing for people when talking figures and not know exactly what part the figure applies to...
In nearly every case I check for cam specs it usually is at valve and @ 50 then, advertised.. As in "Ford Racing Performance Parts" catalogue.. Even the "Crane Cams" says Gross lift in there adds in mags which is at valve.. - rocker ratio and you have cam lift..Yes there are alot of variables the cam is a part of the whole valvetrain system...
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Re: OEM Roller Cams

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Would anyone out there be able to provide (factory/TVE) part numbers and timing specs on the following late model 5.0 liter roller cams;

EB1 XR8 (w/auto trans & 1.6 rockers)
ED XR8 Sprint (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)
EL 30th Anniversary GT (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)
AUIII XR8 (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)
AUIII 220 (w/auto trans & 1.70 r/rockers)

Also, has anyone tried the camshaft out of the 260 Kw Stroker engine in a standard 5.0Liter w/auto trans?

Cheers,
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Cam Part numbers:
EL GT F3ZZ 6250 A (around $1,050)
EB XR8 F1ZZ 6250 A (GT and Sprint shared part with EL above)
ED XR8 as above
AU3 XR8 AU2TVE 6250 A (around $440)
AU3 220 AU2TVE 6250 B (around $400)
AU3 250 TAU3 6250 B (around $3,000)!!

There is also a 185 kw cam - F4TZ 6250 B (at $1,010 who'd bother)
and a S1 (220 kw) TS cam F3ZZ 6250 A ($1045)

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russell - Can you get these cams as a regrind to put in instead of paying that kind of price?
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I wouldn't regrind any performance roller cam
Unless it's from a billet cam..
Check the Crane cams I'm sure they'd be cheaper anyway..
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