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429 460 Camshaft Hex Drive Assembly, Enderle

High Flow Dynamics is proud to offer our Camshaft Hex Drive Assembly for the 429/460 engine platform.

High Flow Dynamics Cam Driven Hex Drive Assembly




  • 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 mounting and assembly hardware included
  • Works with our Quick Change Timing Cover (pictured above/not included) or it may be used with a customized/modified OEM front cover or other brand aftermarket covers (end user's responsibilty to establish final fitment of this component with covers other than our own).
  • May be used with other brand cam drive front covers of modified OEM front cover
  • Made In U.S.A. of quality parts and workmanship.
  • $95. Price includes cam spud, hex drive, cam gear bolt, hardened washer, steel mounting hardware, instructions.

Call, email or PM if interested.

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Paul
 

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bigcrunch said:
The round cover plate how thick is it? can you do a enderle 4 bolt fuel pump pattern?
The Quick Change Timing Cover's cam gear cover plate is about 0.375" at it's thickest point and has undercut registers on both sides for alignment and fitment. The register on the front of the cover plate is for an Enderle pump but of course you can use other brands. These cover plates come undrilled in the pump mounting area so that the end user may set up as he pleases, and then it will still be possible to "clock" the cover in 60-degree increments, should you decide to re-route your fuel delivery system. ;)

Covers are sold out and casting the next batch was actually discussed this morning.

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hmmm...wonder if it would bolt up to my nicson waterpump, it has a single bolt that goes into the cam and then a flat head type piece that goes to the water pump.
 

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dmontzsta said:
hmmm...wonder if it would bolt up to my nicson waterpump, it has a single bolt that goes into the cam and then a flat head type piece that goes to the water pump.
Dmontzsta, these hex drives are for injector-style pumps; you would likely need to purchase the mating part of your Nicson waterpump drive system from Rex.

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Discussed - so cover availibility is not determined as of yet ? what will the price be, any increase?

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Ron,

The next batch of Quick Change Timing Covers are just around the corner (as is many of our other products). Price TBD but any change would be negligible, if at all, based on our recent cost analysis.

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rvesterby, JSRacing and others that have inquired...an explanation:

We just spent quite a bit of time & effort trying to get our Quick Change Timing Cover casting pattern back from the casting foundry that had it. I am pleased to say that we finally re-took posession of it just last Friday March 20.

And so this week, the pattern goes to the pattern maker for some slight revisions that will make the cover more "modular" relative to it's use with whichever combination of HFD parts that one may wish to run on his engine....and coincidentally, these Cover revisions will also advance the cover to be not only the super high-end drag racer component it has been but also will make it much more widely usable to a bigger cross-section of performance enthusiasts. :)

I don't know the turnaround time that the pattern maker will need, but rest assured that we are over the big hurdle now that we have our pattern back in our hands. Immediately after our inspection and approval of the modified pattern, the next batch of covers gets poured, heat treated, and machined

Thanks for your patience and we will post here when the new batch of covers are completed and in stock.

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