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post #1 of 11 Old 03-13-2009, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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Ideal cam

What would you guys think the ideal cam for a 302 single T would be?
Specific specs on the cam?

LSA, advertised and lift?

Redline would be stock @ 5,500rpms

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Stock cam should be fine for you.

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Stock cam should be fine for you.
Thats the thing, my cam is not stock anymore
so i want to know how far my cam is from ideal or still ok cam for turbo app.
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What cam do you have? specs?
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I've heard of alot of people who like running the F Cam
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Im thinking of running an F cam, But im gonna leave the stocker in and see how it does first. But im not turboing till summer anyways.
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My engine got an F.

Had it in there before the turbo, but still works great with the boost.

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My engine got an F.

Had it in there before the turbo, but still works great with the boost.
Why do you use the word "but" when the F cam is FMS's cam for boosted cars, it better work great with boost.

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ran an E cam in mine for 2 years

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Why do you use the word "but" when the F cam is FMS's cam for boosted cars, it better work great with boost.
Guess I forgot the smiley face after.


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a guy made 1200HP with a f cam in a 302 .its OK!!!
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