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Old 06-13-2013, 04:15 PM
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did you find a intake? I have a performer RPM that I will sell you
yes I got a weiand stealth 8021
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:23 PM
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Good idea would be to back cut the intake valves!!..........and get a custom camshaft for those heads.

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are custom grinds more expensive than picking one out of the catalog? the vale terrain is all I have left to get. I was thinking of going with Comp pro magnum rockers with 1.7 to 1 ratio.

when you say cut back the intake valves are you talking about the overall diameter?
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:32 PM
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Here are some pictures of what I have done so far.
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Why not run the Ford Racing roller cam? If the results I have had with their 460 crate motor cam they put their research into the roller can and its gonna work pretty damned good and to top it off the heads are already set up for that cam.
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are custom grinds more expensive than picking one out of the catalog? the vale terrain is all I have left to get. I was thinking of going with Comp pro magnum rockers with 1.7 to 1 ratio.

when you say cut back the intake valves are you talking about the overall diameter?
Yes they are more expensive but not by much (maybe $30-40 more) but you will be better off, because you can choose where you want the power ( rpm range).

Back cutting the intake valves is only around $40 from what i have seen, best thing to do is get on to Lem, Randy Malik, Mad porter, carsbycarl, boss 429 to name few, they will steer you in the right direction.

By only back cutting the intake valves and getting a custom camshaft you will be min. 50+hp better off than by going with just a catalog cam.
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Old 06-14-2013, 11:36 AM
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The 1.7 to 1 ratio rocker arms arre Chevy rocker arms and use different geometry than the 1.73 to 1 ratio FORD rocker arms.
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Old 06-14-2013, 11:38 AM
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Here are some pictures of what I have done so far.
If you are running a Ford rear sump pan then you have the main bolt/stud in the wrong place. It goes in the # 4 cap left side.
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If you are running a Ford rear sump pan then you have the main bolt/stud in the wrong place. It goes in the # 4 cap left side.
It is getting a front sump pan.
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Yes they are more expensive but not by much (maybe $30-40 more) but you will be better off, because you can choose where you want the power ( rpm range).

Back cutting the intake valves is only around $40 from what i have seen, best thing to do is get on to Lem, Randy Malik, Mad porter, carsbycarl, boss 429 to name few, they will steer you in the right direction.

By only back cutting the intake valves and getting a custom camshaft you will be min. 50+hp better off than by going with just a catalog cam.
I don't want to rev it over 6500 so I would like to have power from say 2500 to 6000. the heads are M-6049-SCJB Super Cobra Jet heads I would like to have a cam that would work with the springs that came with it. "Assembled with solid roller springs: Closed seat pressure 240# @ 1.900"; Open seat pressure 625# @ 1.200"; Max lift .650"

If one of the venders would like to quote me a cam just let me know and I will PM you with the information you need.

also looking for a E85 carb.
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Old 08-18-2013, 09:06 AM
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almost there. I will be running e85 13.5 to 1 compression, comp cam 34-710-9 .663 lift I/E and 226 duration @.05 lift I/E. looking at a 1050 carb will that be big enough? What spark plugs should I run with e85.
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Old 03-27-2014, 06:27 PM
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well I finally got to the track it ran 11.931 in the quarter mile at 112 mph still need to get more traction on launch. I have to peddle it for the first 60 foot.
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What is the weight on the truck...gears...shift rpm... exhaust??
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why don't you give all of us a update on how everything turned out and how the build was completed? what carb did you use? did you go with E-85? what stall did you use? I know I wanna know?????? you run at G-ville?
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^^^^^^^^ agree. Im curious
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