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Old 08-15-2003, 01:58   #1 (permalink)
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Tickford 220kw cam specs?



Does anyone have the Tickford 220kw cam specs, I want to compare cam grinds from Wade, I am going to get a standard roller cam reground to either 992A specs or Tickford 220Kw to suit standard roller lifters with a smaller base circle in a 69 302W not a 5.0L roller block.

I am going to be using turbos with this cam.


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Old 08-15-2003, 02:04   #2 (permalink)
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I am sorry this not really answering your question but whay would you use a reground cam?
get a new cam ground to the specs you want much safer,better !
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Re: Tickford 220kw cam specs?

He needs a re-ground for it has to be a smaller bass circle cam due to shorter lifter bores..
Remember he's using the old non roller block...
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comp cams make cams to suit anything !
i bet most major cam manufacturers do the same thing
never put a reground cam in a high reving hp engine
it will be a hand grenade !
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comp cams make cams to suit anything !
i bet most major cam manufacturers do the same thing
never put a reground cam in a high reving hp engine
it will be a hand grenade !
Already had a few replies from Wade with prices, as you can see these profiles are not for high RPM nor will I be needing to pull high rpm because I will be using turbos.

For a trade price on a Wade reground roller to suit smaller base circle.

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The trade price to grind your cam to the 992A is $137.00 + GST with freight payable both ways at your end. The only other thing that we would need to point out is that there are occasions when the cam needs re-heattreating. This almost doubles the price. We have to send the cam to Queensland for induction hardening. This is not always required.
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i know its your money but ask any engine builder would they use a reground cam in any type of performance engine..........i dont think i need to tell you the answer !
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347 yes you are right but this is the only way a roller can be run in the old flat tappet motor.. Besides with a roller they are relativly lobe friendly, though I'd use the steel camshaft...
In U.S this is done on alot of engines, esp street..
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it is not the only way
ring comp cams or crane cams in the u.s and they will tell you what you need !
reground cams are bad, wrong and costly
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have a look at this site http://www.compcams.com/catalog/148_149.html
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Thanks to another member now have the specs I needed.

Tickford 220Kw cam specs:
Intake Lift 468th
Exhaust Lift 472th
Intake Duration 269 degrees
Exhaust Duration 274 degrees


What is the common price for a new roller cam? around $700+?
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