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COMP Cams 191-461-9LE

Hydraulic Roller Cams Left Exhaust


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COMP Cams 191-461-9LE Hydraulic Roller Cams Left Exhaust $418.99
Hydraulic Roller Cams
  • Left Exhaust
  • 2011 to 2014 5.0L Coyote Engine
  • Advertised Duration: 283
  • Valve Lift Int: .492
  • Valve Lift Exh: .453
  • Duration @ .050 Int: 236
  • Duration @ .050 Exh: 243
  • Lobe Separation: 128

  • The new billet hydraulic roller cams from COMP Cams unlock a major power upgrade for the 2011 Ford Mustang 5.0. Designed specifically for Coyote V8 applications, these camshafts are counter balanced and work with phaser limiters to produce optimum safe power. The gigantic lobe size on the Ford OHC is unlike any other cam-in-block engine, and the dangerous harmonics that come with the giant lobes must be addressed for high performance usage. By taking cutting-edge race technology and applying it to street applications, COMP Cams has engineered these new phaser-friendly cams with an exclusive integrated counter balance design that cuts down on vibrations and reduces overall harmonics to ensure a smoother operating valve train that was properly engineered for high lift, long duration valve motion at high RPM. These newly engineered Ford 5.0 camshafts are available for both naturally aspirated and supercharged engines, with three stages available in each series, as well as custom grind and No Valve Springs Required versions. Optimized race and street profiles give you the power where you need it most, whether that's maximized mid-range power and torque or increased top end horsepower.

  • Available for both naturally aspirated and supercharged engines
  • Three stages available in each series
  • No valve springs required
  • The perfect combination for any Ford engine builder contemplating increased stroke displacement

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