Ford 351W 8 cyl. 1969-1996 Non-Factory Roller Block
RPM Operating Range: 2500-6200
Cam Grind #: 299THR7
Duration Advertised: 299 Intake, 319 Exhaust
Duration @ .050: Intake 243, Exhaust 257
Valve Lift: Intake .552, Exhaust .538
Lobe Separation Angle: 107°
Ford, 351W, Windsor, 351 Windsor, 302, 5.0 HO, Explorer, Mutang, Ford Mustang, 408, 347, Fox Body Mustang, Fox Body, 302 HO, Cougar, F100, F150
Street/ strip, needs 9.5:1 compression, 2800+ stall, intake, gears and headers, very rough idle.
Thumpr Camshafts are available in three different grind profiles, each one of which will produce a rough, racy exhaust note and impressive amounts of horsepower and torque at a different rpm range. Their cutting-edge hydraulic roller design means that they will deliver a substantial power increase over an identical hydraulic flat tappet grind without sacrificing reliability or ease of maintenance. So look no further than the Thumpr line of camshafts - engineered to deliver that much sought-after ''thumping'' idle quality to everyone.Features:
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