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Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:58 pm 
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yer i spoted that before it looks a bit small for the rest off the combo but im still undecided... um so are second hand cams worth lookin at if allways been under the inpresion it not a good thing to by second hand but iv never work't with roller cams so...?
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Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 4:32 pm 
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bit big should say um lookin at em now think i will get the performer rpm you are talkin about it looks to match combo well .... im leafin it alone for a few days now got the flew keep f#*kin things up lol allready ordered the wrong rebuild kit keep gettin part numbers and names wrong my bad...
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Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 5:29 pm 
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camt get my head arond it the2031 or the2040 both look good i was gonna get the 2040 but the 2031 seem to match the manifold (performer rpm 1500/6500) a bit better i think dont no..? bePart Number: 444225 Grind Number: POWERMAX 2031 (FORMERLY COM
Engine Identification:
Start Yr. End Yr. Make Cyl Description
1985 Up FORD-MERCURY 8 GOOD MID-RANGE TORQUE AND HP, DESIGNED FOR USE WITH 1.7 RATIO ROCKERS AND MASS AIRFLOW STYLE F.I. ENGINES WITH AFTERMARKET INTAKE, HEADS, EXHAUST AND CENTRIFUGAL STYLE BLOWER BENEFITS BEST: 5-SPD OR AUTO W/MILD STALL CONVERTER. (50 STATE LEGAL 85-93, C.A.R.B. E.O. D-225-46) BASIC RPM 2000-5500
Engine Size Configuration
302 C.I. V

Valve Setting: Intake .000 Exhaust .000 HOT

Lift: Intake @Cam 302 @Valve 513 All Lifts are based
on zero lash and theoretical rocker arm ratios.
Exhaust @ Cam 311 @Valve 529
Rocker Arm Ratio 1.70

Cam Timing: TAPPET @.004
Lift: Opens Closes ADV Duration
Intake 28.0 BTDC 68.0 ABDC 276 °
Exhaust 75.0 BBDC 27.0 ATDC 282 °

Spring Requirements: Triple Dual Outer Inner
Part Number 99841
Loads Closed 113 LBS @ 1.950 or 1 61/64
Open 328 LBS @ 1.450
Recommended RPM range with matching components
Minimum RPM 1400
Maximum RPM 5400
Valve Float 6000

Cam Timing: TAPPET @.050
Lift: Opens Closes Max Lift Duration
Intake 0.0 BTDC 34.0 ABDC 107 214 ° Part Number: 444231 Grind Number: POWERMAX 2040 (FORMERLY COM
Engine Identification:
Start Yr. End Yr. Make Cyl Description
1985 Up FORD-MERCURY 8 GOOD MID-RANGE AND STRONG TOP-END POWER, REQUIRES MODIFIED MASS AIRFLOW, AFTERMARKET INTAKE, PERF. CYLINDER HEADS AND HEADERS, MUST USE 5-SPD AND 3.55 OR NUMERICALLY HIGHER REAR GEARS. REQUIRES CRANE SPRINGS AND RETAINERS. (50 STATE LEGAL 85-93, C.A.R.B. E.O. D-225-46) BASIC RPM 2400-6000
Engine Size Configuration
302 C.I. V

Valve Setting: Intake .000 Exhaust .000 HOT

Lift: Intake @Cam 311 @Valve 498 All Lifts are based
on zero lash and theoretical rocker arm ratios.
Exhaust @ Cam 311 @Valve 498
Rocker Arm Ratio 1.60

Cam Timing: TAPPET @.004
Lift: Opens Closes ADV Duration
Intake 28 BTDC 74 ABDC 282 °
Exhaust 68 BBDC 34 ATDC 282 °

Spring Requirements: Triple Dual Outer Inner
Part Number 96803
Loads Closed 107 LBS @ 1.700 or 1 45/64
Open 259 LBS @ 1.230
Recommended RPM range with matching components
Minimum RPM 1400
Maximum RPM 5200
Valve Float 5800

Cam Timing: TAPPET @.050
Lift: Opens Closes Max Lift Duration
Intake 0 BTDC 40 ABDC 110 220 °
Exhaust 40 BBDC 0 ATDC 110 220 °


and then i dont need to change rocker ratio ...?
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Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:31 pm 
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I'd run the 2040, the 110 LCA will give it stronger mid range torque than the 2031.. Which for a burnout car you'll be wanting.

 

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Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:56 pm 
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2031 requires 1.7 r/rockers and the 2040 is designed for 1.6 rockers. Although with my 2040 i decided to go for 1.7's which brought lift up from .498" to .529".

 

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Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:38 pm 
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i want to run the 2040 but it requiers 1.60 rocker ratio and i was under the inpresion that 5lt run 1.70 ratio so iv been told...? i dont have anoth money to change rockers ect...
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Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 9:18 pm 
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Fuuck me who do you listen to ??
Only the TE50 run 1:72 and GT's / Sprint..
Std 5.0 run 1:6 pressed steel rockers...

 

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Posted: Sat Jul 14, 2007 1:23 am 
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lots off people out there drible;in crap lol i research every thing my shelf before i buy just to make sure ... well that decieds it 2040 and performer rpm it is ... now for the rest lol...
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