Cam swap girls

16-Nov-2019 01:18

So, off we went to Paul's Automotive Engineering-a place we've practically lived at for the last couple years-to follow along with the install/results.

As luck would have it, shop manager Tom Honsaker was also considering a cam swap for his '95 GT convertible. 18 cam," Adam says, "which was popular for years down here [Florida] when the 5.0 Mustang thing was just taking off.

19 Steeda camshaft has to be close to that."According to Steeda designer Dan Carlson, "There is not just one 'typical' combination for this cam, since it works so well with and without a supercharger.

The most common thread is a lot of people have '94-'95 Mustangs, but the cam works very well for other years as well.

8 setting (12.25:1 air/fuel ratio, which was measured as actual air/fuel of 12.36:1). of 13.57 at 102.84 mph, with a 2.02 60-foot time on street tires.

Prompted by a previous 5.0&SF story, both owners asked us to follow along as they did real-world cam swaps. It is likely the company has experimented with-and designed-cams for your exact collaboration of parts. Tom enlisted the help of several of the country's top cam companies and engine builders to get their secrets, experiences, and predictions about different combinations with the right camshaft, calling the shots on four popular 5.0 variations. Mike believed the only things missing from the story were some actual cam installations with typical combinations such as his.The company specifies a 1.60 roller rocker with the spring requirements as shown.The "Recommended RPM Range" defines streetability with a 2,500-6,500-rpm band that doesn't drop off or hesitate, unless you have the sense to get your foot off the loud pedal.The wider lobe separation angle allows for a better vacuum at idle, which is especially important with the '94-'95 cars as they have a more sensitive factory computer setting.This cam also features a split pattern, which favors the exhaust side of the head-excellent for supercharged cars. 18 cam has been a best-seller for years, but the No.

Prompted by a previous 5.0&SF story, both owners asked us to follow along as they did real-world cam swaps. It is likely the company has experimented with-and designed-cams for your exact collaboration of parts. Tom enlisted the help of several of the country's top cam companies and engine builders to get their secrets, experiences, and predictions about different combinations with the right camshaft, calling the shots on four popular 5.0 variations. Mike believed the only things missing from the story were some actual cam installations with typical combinations such as his.The company specifies a 1.60 roller rocker with the spring requirements as shown.The "Recommended RPM Range" defines streetability with a 2,500-6,500-rpm band that doesn't drop off or hesitate, unless you have the sense to get your foot off the loud pedal.The wider lobe separation angle allows for a better vacuum at idle, which is especially important with the '94-'95 cars as they have a more sensitive factory computer setting.This cam also features a split pattern, which favors the exhaust side of the head-excellent for supercharged cars. 18 cam has been a best-seller for years, but the No.A lot of people here are willing to share their photos and their passions as well as interests.