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Howards Cams Hydraulic Roller Rattler Camshaft 1963-2002 Ford 221-302/351W

466-228005-09S

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Hydraulic Roller Rattler Camshaft 1963-2002 Ford 221-302/351W
$307.99
Hydraulic Roller Rattler Camshaft
  • 1963-2002 Ford 221-302/351W
  • Small Base Circle
  • Lift: 0.565 in.
  • Duration: 288 Deg/280 Deg
  • LSA: 109 Deg
  • RPM Range: 1800-5600
  • Free Shipping - Estimated to ship direct from manufacturer
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    I have a 1978 mustang...I am rebuilding a 1988 roller 302....carb....no efi.......can I use the stock ford lifter with this cam ? will I have to cut pistons ?

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    The Howards 466-228005-09S cam should work in your engine, however, we recommend checking piston to valve clearance.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2022-09-09
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