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Camshaft Terminology

Tuesday, 28 June 2016 by

Understanding Camshaft Specifications LIFT Lift refers to maximum valve lift. This is how much the valve is “lifted” off its seat at cam lobe’s highest point. How does it get measured? Valve Lift is the amount (usually in inches) that the valve is lifted off of its seat. It is usually measured with a dial indicator at the

St Jude Donates Cobra at Mecum

Tuesday, 24 May 2016 by

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Don’t let Overlap get Over You!

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 by

  There are hundreds of articles written on Camshaft selections.  Very little is discussed on the importance of  Valve Overlap. Overlap is the angle in crankshaft degrees that both the intake and exhaust valves are open. What does it do? At high engine speeds, overlap allows the rush of exhaust gasses out the exhaust valve to

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363 Stroker in a Restomod Mustang

Thursday, 28 April 2016 by

Hear this Car Roar!    

St. Jude Ford Engine Giveaway

Thursday, 31 March 2016 by

  We cannot thank you enough for the engine, and for your interest to help support St. Jude Hospital.               JD Peeples Director – Sports Marketing ALSAC St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital     

1996 Ford Bronco Mass Air

Saturday, 19 March 2016 by

I will send pics and video soon. I installed the engine in my 96 Bronco with manual transmission This truck is factory equipped with MAF, how would you suggest setting the timing? at 0 degrees or …? 12-14 degrees.

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67 Mustang Restomod Project

Thursday, 10 March 2016 by

Good morning , Here is a picture of our 67 Mustang restomod project. The 302  was purchased from you in 2003, and still runs great. Besides being driven around town, we take it to the drag strip a few times a year. Like any street car, it always a blast to burn some rubber and

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  Effect Of Changes In Cam Timing And Lobe Separation Angle The following tables illustrate how variations in lobe separation angle and cam timing will effect the behavior of the engine in which the camshaft is installed. EFFECTS OF ALTERING CAMSHAFT TIMING Advancing Retarding Begins Intake Event Sooner Delays Intake Closing Event Open Intake Valve

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Daytona Coupe Journal

Monday, 14 December 2015 by

Gabe Holdsman Installing his 331 EFI Stroker for his Daytona Coupe. Check out his journey Here

          The New 5.0L Coyote Motor Is Here! This engine replaces the 2011-14 crate engine . Now you can harness all of the power of the new 2015-2016 Coyote Mustang in your own build. This 5.0L motor packs 435 horsepower and 400+ lbs-ft of torque (with premium fuel). This  engine features