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post #1 of 2 Old 11-26-2007, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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anderson n-51hr cam

i am new to this site but hang out hear once in a while, also on mustangforumns, well i heard a while back someone on here was runnin the anderson n-51 cam,i would like to know how u liked it and how did it perform any sound clips?

i am lookin at this cam or the n-41 i am building a 306 w/9.5 flattop probes,twisted wedges,rpm 2, 30 lbs inj,along with full boltons, also have a zex 100/125 wet kit for when its broke in and then a blower later.

thanks jason(the new guy

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I'm not sure if you are talking about me or what...But I'm running the afm N-51HR cam in my DD ('90 LX).

My current "engine" combo consist of the following...

308ci roller block bored .040 over
10:4.1 comp with 59cc chamber
GT-40 iron heads fully ported with ferrea valves with a comp valve job
afm hi-rev springs
N-51HR cam
GT-40 tubular intake with ported lower
70mm bbk tb/spacer
kirban fpr
30lb fms injectors
95mm pmas meter calibrated to the 30lb injectors...I just swaped this meter for a 80mm
afm powerpipe 4"

This whole combo has only about 400 miles on it, so NO dyno numbers yet...

As for drivability...

It's a little soft below 2k, but once the tach reaches 2300-2400 rpm it pulls hard all the way up to 6400-6500 rpm...I have a rpm extender on this car, and the a/f is set at 12.5

It has a slight rough idles at 850-950 rpm.

My future plans for this car is to replace the heads, and intake for...

Ported edelbrock 60229's heads, and a extrune hone rpm 2 intake...


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