I am building an engine for a F250 4x4. It will be a tow rig, along with general pickup use.
I allready know what Scott (Mad Porter) said, 213/219 Lunati custom grind.
but I thought I would get a few more opinions.
I like Isky cams. But If you follow their thinking this will be way too much.
Heres the cam I was thinking about, also thinking I would advance it 2 degrees. Im not sure how to figure lobe seperation from the card. Anyone know what it is.
And yes I know its single pattern, I think I want to stay with a single for torque. I am also thinking about a Howards 213/213 .505/505 106 intake centerline, 111 lobe seperation
This is the combo.
Distributor settup from Scott
Stock bottom end
Stock pistons 30 over
The block will be decked but the crank isnt done yet to measure it up.
D3 heads will have a mild port job and bowl blend per Scotts page, guides topped to allow .540 lift incase I want it.
Currently have a 600 Eddy but will probably go bigger when money allows.
Will have headers and good exhaust eventually.
Truck is an extended cab 85 longbox 4x4.
C6, 4.10s, 28575r16 rubber
What do you guys think. Am I going overboard with cam?