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Posted: Tue Jan 06, 2009 4:26 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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Age: 41

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Ride: AU2 75th Anniversary Futura

Location: Adelaide
SA, Australia

There is a strong chance i could be getting a crow cam with similar specs to a 2232546 with specs of:

IN. 35/75 290 230 110 .475" 2500
EX.75/35 290 230 .475" 5500

What Id like to know is will an auto AU2 motor with stock head fitted with double valve springs, LPG, pacemaker 4480's, hiflo cat, 2.5" mandrel exhaust, 3.45 LSD, 2500 hi stall, and AU edit work, and work well?

I know I'll be fitting trans cooler too.

What would I need to expect to get this to run right on both LPG and petrol? (please, no smart a** comments)

I have heard this cam running in an AU motor but controlled by an e-series computer and capa eliminator chip and it ran well but pig rich due to eliminator chip not having fuel tuning capabilities.

I was told this cam will work better in an AU controlled ecu and capa edit programming.

Is there someone here running a similar cam/setup that could offer some advice before proceeding?




Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 8:53 am 
Oompa Loompa

Age: 35

Posts: 20

Joined: 3rd Aug 2008

Ride: BA F6,XF Turbo

Location: Melbourne
VIC, Australia

mate the choice is yours the right setup for some eals might not suit you.

so get your info and if you like the way it sounds then just do it. mate there is no better info then from the guys that make the cam ask them 10m ?.

they will no the best set up for there cam or the right cam for you as far as i no there is no diff betren LPG,Flue.
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