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Paul Kane 01-19-2010 01:49 AM

High Flow Dynamics Quick Change Timing Covers Cam Hex Drives
 
High Flow Dynamics Quick Change Timing Cover and injector pump Camshaft Hex Drive Assembly. This cover allows quick access for cam timing changes (cover) without removal of the chain case, and a new BBF alternative for cam driven accessories (hex drive).

High Flow Dynamics Quick Change Timing Cover with Cam gear Cover Plate (standard)

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High Flow Dynamics Quick Change Timing Cover with Cam gear Cover Blank (Optional) for electric waterpumps

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  • Cast from virgin ingot aluminum
  • Heat treated to 356-T6
  • CNC machined
  • Fits all types of 429/460 blocks (Passenger, Boss 429, A-460, A-96 Aluminum, C & C Motorsports, Eliminator Products, etc)
  • Crank seal is externally servicable
  • Cam timing changes may be made without removing the timing cover (Cloyes Quick Adjust, Pete Jackson & Milodon gear drives)
  • Complete camshaft changes may be made without removing the timing cover (Pete Jackson/Milodon gear drives)
  • Pete Jackson and Milodon gear drives fit under this cover without any modifications
  • Accepts most cam-driven accesories
  • Available in 1.375" Ford snout seal size. Hemi Snout or Rat snout front crank seal fitment machinable
  • New Cam Gear Cover Blank allows use of Meziere or CSR electric waterpump.
  • Works in remote waterpump applications, too, such as those offered by Meziere
  • Electric fuel pump or (mechanical injector pump) required
  • May be polished, anodized, painted or powdercoated
  • Modular design. Options/Accessories include cam drive spud & hex drive, blower idler bracket, more (some of these items to be announced/available at a later date).
  • Mounting hardware for case and cover is included
  • Made In U.S.A.
  • Pricing includes timing chain case, your choice of cam gear cover, mounting hardware, and instructions
  • Quick Change timing Cover with Cam Gear Cover Plate: $399
  • Quick Change timing Cover with Cam Gear Cover Blank: $379

High Flow Dynamics Cam Driven Hex Drive Assembly

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  • Bolts to existing cam gear (7/16" or OEM 3/8" cam gear bolt versions available, please specify at purchase)
  • Allow's the use of cam-driven injector pumps, waterpumps, etc that may be driven from the front of the camshaft
  • Accomodates 3/8-inch hexagonal driveshaft (not included)
  • Main components are made of 1018 carbon steel steel
  • Steel fastener hardware included
  • Works with our Quick Change Timing Cover, Nicson/Hardin Marine cover, or may be used with your modified oem front cover
  • Made In U.S.A.
  • $95. Price includes cam spud, hex drive, cam gear bolt and hardened washer, steel mounting hardware, and instructions.

Call, email or PM if interested.

Thanks,

Paul

miller076 01-28-2010 11:21 AM

I justed wanted to say that this quick and easy product is hands down, top notch workmanship right here! Paul is a great guy, who delivers great products and helpful information.

Bump......

Paul Kane 02-03-2010 11:09 AM

Thank you, Miller076. :cool:

Paul

Paul Kane 04-28-2010 12:51 PM

L.W., your Quick Change Timing Cover & Hex Drive should be received by now. Thanks very much for your business. :cool:

Paul

460Skywalker 04-28-2010 06:49 PM

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Nice cover Paul, Just a thought, do you think one could be made to accomidate electric water pumps like CSR with the mounting points milled down around a inch to gain radiater to pump clearance?? I would buy one for sure and i bet alot of Fox body owners would too instead of moving radiator forward or motor way back to gain clearance for electric fans big enough to cool big motors on street. Thanks ED

Paul Kane 04-28-2010 08:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 460Skywalker (Post 902312)
Nice cover Paul...do you think one could be made to accomodate electric water pumps like CSR with the mounting points milled down around a inch to gain radiater to pump clearance?? I would buy one for sure and i bet alot of Fox body owners would too instead of moving radiator forward or motor way back to gain clearance for electric fans big enough to cool big motors on street. Thanks ED

Hello Ed,

First, our cover accepts a Meziere electric waterpump (when used in conjuction with the Meziere big block Ford waterpump spacers).


ALso, these covers are sold with the waterpump pads solid/not drilled, so milling the front of the waterpump pads on the cover down one inch is indeed possible on these covers. It would be up to the end user to do this. However, this does not change the dimension at the front-center of the cover (where the timing chain resides) and so the main body of the traditional electric waterpump will still be in front of the case and at the same location dimensionally. The HFD Quick Change Timing Cover's chain case really isn't any taller than the OEM cover nor can any cover provide greater clearance overall. Ironically, the funny thing is that we just raised the waterpump pads to be equal with the rest of the case specifically so that Fox body owners could use this cover with a cover-mounted electric waterpump such as the Meziere. This was at repeated requests by Fox body owners, not the other way around such as you are now suggesting.

If you need more clearance, then there is no reason to stick with a waterpump that is mounted at the traditional location at the front of the engine. You can use a remote waterpump. Both Meziere and CSR make them, and they are $60-$90 less than the traditional waterpumps.

CSR:
http://www.csr-performance.com/shop/...te-water-pumps


Meziere:

http://www.meziere.com/displaycategory.aspx?id=244,352

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Additionally, if you study the picture above it's easy to see that if you use a remote waterpump you can then tap/plumb the cooling hoses into the 7 o'clock and 5 o'clock locations on the waterpump bosses on the timing cover (instead of out the forward facing area cover) which would give you far greater clearance and also look like a much more clean install. :)

Paul

460Skywalker 04-28-2010 09:09 PM

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thanks for the heads up. I will check out differant pumps, with my motor level my pump is right in the middle of radiater and make fans fit tight..., ED

Paul Kane 06-01-2010 02:24 PM

T.F.,

You should have received your Quick Change Timing Cover & Hex Drive by now.

Thanks very much for your business, :cool:

Paul

Paul Kane 08-04-2010 07:41 PM

K.S.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover and Hex Drive shipped today.

Thanks very much for your business, :cool:

Paul

Paul Kane 09-03-2010 10:34 AM

R.M.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover and Hex Drive are enroute.

Thanks very much for your business, :cool:

Paul

Paul Kane 02-17-2011 03:27 PM

C.P.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover and Hex Drive are enroute.

Thanks very much for your business, :cool:

Paul

bbf604 02-19-2011 03:43 PM

can u use a front motor plate with this unit?

Paul Kane 02-22-2011 08:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bbf604 (Post 955405)
can u use a front motor plate with this unit?

People do it all the time, either against the front of the cover or against the block (between block and cover). In fact we have a build over here right now where we will be setting one up with a front motor plate. And when bolting the plate to the front of the cover, all our timing chain case mounting bolts holes are the same height so there are no spacers required (as are in the OEM cover).

Paul

Paul Kane 03-18-2011 09:31 AM

T.W.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover and Hex Drive shipped today.

Thanks very much for your business, :cool:

Paul

Paul Kane 08-31-2011 10:21 AM

In stock,

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Paul


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