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07-13-2008 03:06 PM
FEDDO chet herbert has a cam I ran in lots of engs. it is lift .475/.500 i/e, adv dur is 275/285. the cam worked well for me.
07-13-2008 02:36 PM
bates_k I ran one of these cams in a 289 with E7TE heads a few years ago...

As for the stock rods and mains... 2.1228 to 2.1236 for the rods
2.248 to 2.249 for the mains...

07-13-2008 12:21 PM
302 Buildup

I ma Falconone, and I am in the process of building a 64 Falcon Furura 2dr Ht.. I am installing a 72 "302" with 351 Windsor heads, Edelbrock intake. What is the best cam to use for great sound? Not really concerned with great horse power. Does any one know what the stock Rod & Main journal sizes are?
Thanks Falconone

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