Engine Can I Run An E303cam W/ A 347 Stroker Crank?

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  1. BradleyMustang3

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    there it is guys can i run an e303 cam with a 347 stoker crank....is there a better cam for that set up or should i go 331? i want to stroke my pony whats the best way. input please! Thanks Guys
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    and how much hp/torque can my t45 handle?
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    Noobz347 Stangnet Facilities Maint Tech... Er... Janitor Admin Dude

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    Yes you can

    Depends on how you treat it

    Why on earth would you go to the trouble of building(?) a 347 and then throw an E-cam into it? :shrug: Go to FTI's website and fill out their cam form.
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    Yes, you can run the E303 cam in a 347 but why would you want to do that except if you desperately need to save money by avoiding a cam change? A custom cam is the way to go and I'm sure Ed Curtis, Jay Allen, or Buddy Rawls would fix you up with one.
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    can you, yes. should you, no.
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    IF you run 302 parts on a 347 you will get 302 rwhp numbers lol .. Your heads ,cam and intake need to be upgraded with a 347 to get that 400 rwhp mark
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    yeah i have edelbrock performer heads. i want to go with a trick flow street intake and now that i see all the input a custom cam...are there any cams i can just find on the web that would work well with a 347? and where is that stroker crank going to put me with the proper cam in rwhp. Thanks Guys
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    +1000 on what everyone is telling you. If you don't have the money to spend on a 347 top end, don't bother wasting money on a 347 bottom end. E cams are really only good as nostalgic table legs for your living room. Edelbrock performer heads barely qualify as 302 heads.

    Kurt
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    What heads do you suggest i go with?
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    I would say AFR185s or Trick Flow 185s. There are a lot of good mid level heads that will work really well.

    Kurt
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    VibrantRedGT "STANGNET'S PENGUIN SMACKER" Super Mod

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    I ran AFR 185's, Holley Systemax Intake, Custom Comp Cam, 70MM TB, Pro-M 80MM Mass Air, 30lb Injectors, 1-3/4" Ceramic Long Tubes w/ 3" Collector, MAC 3" Prochamber, MAC 3" Cat Back. Over do it on your 347 and it will respond with huge numbers. Put 302 stuff on a 347 and you'll get stock numbers.

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