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Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2006 12:20 pm 
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mickoxhxr8 wrote:
Wade Cams profile 869.

Was looking at it the other day and was wondering how it compares with wat is being recommended here. Have any of you fellas used it.

Also on the spec sheets 5.0lt runs roller rockers, do i need to consider this when choosing a cam or do I only need hydraulic.

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What are the specs on that cam?

Very few 5.0L run roller rockers (only T-Series, GT/FBT/Sprint, and 200/220kw Au XR8's). I think what you mean is that they have hydraulic roller lifters. Yes, the cam needs to suit the late-model 5.0L with hydraulic roller lifters...
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Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 6:16 pm 
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Compliments of WADE CAMS

Specs

Profile No 869
Lobe Lift Ex .324
Lobe Lift In .308

Timing Ad
Open Close
77-31
30-70

Duration @.050
233
222

Clr Valve Hyd .493
Clr Valve Hyd .518

Lobe Sep 112

Rocker Ratio 1.6 Midrange to top end power
needs springs 2500 - 6000

Hydraulic roller rockers is what it must be then.

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Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 7:40 pm 
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Alot of duration, and not alot of lift.

Would suit heads that dont flow alot of air above 0.500" lift, like the GT40 or ported E7's.

Its definitely bigger than a TFS1, or 2030/2031.

I don't imagine it would be much fun to drive in an auto with the stock converter.
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