Decisions, decisions - which 427 would you use?

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by twogts4us, Dec 28, 2012.


  1. twogts4us

    twogts4us Advanced Member

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    I can only WISH I had this issue - having to choose between a 427 SOHC (the original SOHC motor) and a 427 FE - Shelby motor. Tough choice.
    I received both for Christmas - wish they were the real deal, but these are terrific models, very well detailed.
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    mransr Founding Member

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    the Shelby is nice, but there is no real question there...Cammer all the way; those things are sick
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    twogts4us Advanced Member

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    Agreed Mike, and thanks for the quick video - truly sick - who needs a Hemi when you have a Cammer?
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    mransr Founding Member

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    ex-fricken-zactly...the Boss '9 is pretty sweet too, but nothing beats a Cammer :hail:
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    This isn't a question. Cammer. Hands down.
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    I really need to learn about the old pushrod motors Ford used to make. I had no idea what a cammer was, thank god for Wikipedia lol.

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