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Originally ground for P51/528 combo for peak power in the 6000-6500 range and pk tq 4500-5000. Smaller heads same cid range likely to peak sooner.

Cam specs are as follows
Erson Grind R286/430B-R294/430B LSA110 + 3 advance ground in

Overlap 70 degrees
IO 36 IC 70 EC 34 EO 80
Lash 0.026"/0.026" hot
valve lift .744/.744
duration 286/294

checking numbers at .050 tappet rise
overlap 48
IO 25 IC 59 EC 23 EO 69
duration 264/272
lobe lift 0.430"/0.430"
intake c/l 107
rocker ratio 1.73

Never used includes new roller lifters.

Instruction sheet says stock distributor gear compatible!

$500.00 plus shipping from 37128


615-719-9442

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Make a fair offer. I also have a bronze didtributor gear if you dont trust the iron gear compatibility. Cam has never been run, neither have the roller lifters. Cam was checked on all lobes to verify it was built as designed. Lifters were flushed in solvent and soaked in fresh motor oil. Everything back in boxes with cam card etc..
 

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are the lifters solid or hydraulic? and what compression was the cam ground for? im in driving distance and could pick up,thanks
 

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Sorry I missed these posts guys. Cam is a solid roller. The lifters are solid roller Herberts.

The cam was ground with pump gas in mind 10:1 comp or so (aluminum heads) for a 528 with Kaase P51's. (pk tq 4500-5000 peak hp 6000-6500 7k redline) Later decision I was going to run it at 13.3 compression and E85. Id suggest 105 Intake centerline (with new chain 106 with good condition used chain) if under 10:1 compression and/or shorter stroke 460 with FordRacing SCJ heads.

BTW I have a DannyBee cam retainer plate I can include in the deal.

Also for sale(separate) is a new Cloyes billet roller chain with 2 piece adjustable cam gear.(not Hex-a-just) Its just like a belt drive but uses a chain. iirc 12 degree adjustment range. (+/- 6 deg from 0)
$150.00 firm
 

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Man, that's just the cam I'd like to have...

But then again, the engine has been built and on the stand for the last 7 years...LoL. I guess the 500 needs to go to getting the engine in the car and out of the shop...

Good Luck!!

Jeff
 

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Hey Bruce, Hope all is well, I'm still collecting parts for that 545, how do you think this cam would work with my kasse P51 headed 545 on the street?
 

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Hey Bruce, Hope all is well, I'm still collecting parts for that 545, how do you think this cam would work with my kasse P51 headed 545 on the street?
It was ground for 528 p51 combo intended for pump gas. I later decided I was going flat tops and E85. Actually think its a great choice for your 545. Probably put peak power near 6000. Should be very strong tq curve too. With the short seat timing it should idle good enough for street use too. The lobes seem to be a good match for the P51 heads and long stroke. I didnt want too high a rpm peak with a stock block and I figured the Torino being a bit heavier than a Fox body a stronger tq curve would help. The Erson tech liked it.

MY cell is alive 615 482 9015.

Bruce
 
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