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Victor JunioR heads on stock bottom end ?

Any guys running a Victor jr head on the stock bottom end? I was wondering if a 2.02 valve will clear the stock piston as long as i don't go crazy with durration on the cam?

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My vic's are 2.05 ALWAYS do a P-T-V check I don't know your cam events


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I was thinking about running the comp nx-274hr cam 114 lobe sep/on the intake duration 274 duration @ .50 224 lift .555. Exhaust duration 286 duration @ .50 236 lift .570.
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You should have no issues. That cam is comperable to the Fcam and 1.7's on my father's car which is running AFR 185's.

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sounds good. I was thinking that cam is expensive for 30 bucks more i can have a custom one done i may contact a cam guy and talk to him.
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I have vic's on my stock SB with no Issue's.
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Dont listen to ANYONE that point blank says you WONT have any problems..ALWAYS and I mean ALWAYS check your P/V clearance with ANY cam you use or the first time you fire the motor could really REALLY Ruin your day and cost you ALOT of $ for being stupid and not checking..Trust me I have seen it happen..Just bcause one person had plenty of Clearance dont mean YOU will!Check it!

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i ran them on a stock buttom end and needed to notch the pistons, wasier way then I did is to use a dremel and open up the eye brow so it will clear the 2.05 intake valve
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Im not sure what my cam is but the eyebrows on my pistons had to be opened up as well

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I nothced mine using the isky eyebrow cutter it took a little more time then using a dremel but it worked I was running the TFS stage3 cam and the valves cleared but it tan like crap and needed a tune or a better MAF

bottom line I wouldnt put a set of $1200+ and take a big ol guess At ruining my valves but not notching them, itll only take you a bout an hour or two tops!

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Always check your clearances
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My stock pistons had to be notched for my AFR heads. Definately check your clearance. When I bought my heads, I was talking with Ed Curtis and he said Fords quality control was pretty poor. You could have 9 out of 10 motors be fine, but it would be my luck to get the tenth that eats itself when you start it up! Spend the time / money to make it right so you don't pay in the long run!

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