wtb f cam

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  1. blown1986

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    looking to buy a f cam or maybe trick flow stage 1
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    What's your engine combo?
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    stock block 306 with trick flow 17s and holley system max intake and 50 lb injs and 70 mm turbo kit
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    these cams seem to work good with a turbbo did you have something else in mind im open to anything or a anderson b451 cam
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    i had andersons b451 in my car last year when it had the s trim on it but i broke a lifter and it got the lobe on the cam so the cam is junk
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    Lemme know if you're interested in the b21 at all. Good cam... they recommend 1.7s for boosted aps with it but you can use 1.6 for boosted apps. $215 shipped UPS ground to the lower 48.
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    do you have the specs for the cam that i could look at
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    blown1986

    Here are several Anderson cam profiles, including the B-451 you were looking at, to compare it too. Note the profile with the 1.7 RRs as well.

    B-1.......220/222 .490/.530 110
    B-2.......218/224 .524/.544 w/1.6 rocker 112
    B-21.....218/226 .542/.542 w/1.7 rocker 272/280 112 108
    B-25.....218/226 .544/.544 w/1.7 rocker 272/280 112
    B-3 ......218/226 .542/.542 w/ 1.6 rocker
    B-31.....218/228 .544/.544 w/1.6 rocker 270/280 112 108
    B-4.......224/232 .542/.563 112
    B-41 ...228/236 .544/.544 w/1.6 rocker
    B-451..232/240 .576/.576 w/1.6 rocker 112
    B-4R....226/234 .544/.544 w/1.6 294/302 (renegade cam)
    B-61.....240/248 .576/.576 w/1.6 rocker 112
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    what motor did you originally buy the b21 cam for its easy for me to text 309 267 7550
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    I bought the cam and a buttload of other parts along with an 89 Mustang from a dude that had to move. So I'm putting the car back together N/A and it's already got an N51 installed. So... No real need for the blower cam.
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    ah i see what kind of power are guys making with this cam
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    That relies TOTALLY on the rest of the build. You just need to figure out whether this cam fits your build. If you're running a turbo 306 with stock compression pistons along with boost, then the B21 should be a good match.

    As for how much power... :shrug: Too many variables to say. It's a blower cam designed for stock style pistons.
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    ive got just a basic dss lower end in a stock block ive been trying to find some builds that other people have done with that cam and not having much luck
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    It's a pretty purpose specific cam. The dude I got it from was planning to install it into a stroker block with a set of aluminum 205 heads and an intercooled Vortec V1 S-Trim. He chose it because he was using stock style pistons (normal compression ratio and valve reliefs) and 58CC combustion chambers.

    What I gathered was that he planned to use his E7 heads until the new ones arrived (and were built up) and swap to the 205s and retain the B-21.

    The rest of his combo was a typhoon intake, 75mm TB, and 90mm Lighting MAF. He never finished it so I've no idea what what the whole combo would have ended up making.

    I couldn't (in good conscience) put it all together like he was planning then end up having some teenager buy it and die in a fireball in excess of 150 mph. :rlaugh:

    So... I'm putting it back together in the form of a built N/A setup and selling off the pieces that aren't required.

    I also have the RRs he was going to use. I'd have to look to see if they are 1.6 or 1.7. Hell... I have the heads, valves, springs and all the other goodies too, for that matter.
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    im wanting to make 550 to the tire
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    let me know on the rockers
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    blown1986

    The rocker arms are Ford 302 7/16" 1.7 . I'm not sure what brand they are but I have them new in the box.


    The cam is also still in the box:



    ...and you'll likely need one of these too:




    Now... about your 550 RWHP target. I'm not a fan of that power level on a stock block whether you have a stud girdle or not. I would imagine that if tune were SUPER GOOD and because you're running a turbo as a power adder that it might last you a while however... That is not a power level that I would be shooting for with anything less than an A4 or Dart Sportsman block. It's a matter time before it splits in half and in my opinion... the stud girdle just holds the pieces together after the motor grenades.

    Were it my motor... I would keep it in the 450 RWHP range. You can work that out with your tuner though.

    I also have an ARP stud kit to go with the rockers.
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    i have a stud girle and lifter valley girdle what r u wanting for the cam and lifters
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    $215 shipped for the cam
    $175 for the rocker arms
    $30 for the rocker arm studs (these are ARP)

    and if I ship it all in one box, (ground shipping)

    Let's call it $435 (all of it) shipped since I don't know what the weight of the lifters and studs will actually be.
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