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 Post subject: Which cam to use...
Posted: Mon Feb 23, 2009 11:46 am 
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hey guys, i have an ED falcon auto I6 with pacemaker 44880's and full 2.5" exaust and i want to start working on the engine a bit more, want to start with a cam but not sure what cam to get as i've been told dont get one too lumpy or it will stall all the time,

just want to know what kind of cams you guys are running and how lumpy they are? and what oe is best..

cheers troy



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 Post subject: Re: Which cam to use...
Posted: Mon Feb 23, 2009 1:38 pm 
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Read the stickys at the top of the 6 cylinder workshop page they will help you out.

Also this topic has been put thru here a few times just go thru a few pages on youll find what you need. :!:



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 Post subject: Re: Which cam to use...
Posted: Mon Feb 23, 2009 1:39 pm 
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Have you read through the Crescent Motor Sport & Wade forums? There's a lot of feedback on what different grinds do. If you're on a budget, consider a reground cam from Wade.

The main thing to consider is where you want your engine power most. Low, mid range or high?

As a starting point, consider the Wade 1636. It's suited to auto transmissions and doesn't require any changes to the stock ECU. You would also need 1.9mm shims under the HLAs to compensate for the metal ground off the cam lobes.

CMS also do a Stage 2 grind which is excellent, but they're in Sydney.



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 Post subject: Re: Which cam to use...
Posted: Mon Feb 23, 2009 7:46 pm 
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have a look at this link -> ford-4l-and-6-cylinder-f1/1604-cam-t75403.html

couple of testimonies in there. and also look at the cam spec list in the stickies. might give you a better idea of what your after.



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 Post subject: Re: Which cam to use...
Posted: Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:04 am 
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bugger the cam for now save your money and i mean save.
get a blower then get a cam with a blower specific grind. get best of both worlds

i wonder wat a 4L would sound like with a custom setup 6/71 with like 700 THOU of lift on a blower cam and running meth? oh the whine oh that meth smell :lol: and the noise oh the lumpyness of the way too big cam thats one hell of a recipe
could the block handle it?

anyone know an wanna tell me




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