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« Reply #30 on: August 04, 2009, 02:38:45 pm »

All the lift the springs and valve stem/retainer clearance will allow. For E7's with stock springs = .450" lift. IOW..... total valve lift has nothing to do with possible PtV clearance issues = http://sbftech.com/index.php/topic,57.0.html

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PTVC was waht I was referring to as Trouble, I plan on buying spring but I do not want to by a cam with too much lift.  I know I will be under .500"  I just don't want to get a broom handle if I could get a little more lift especially on the exhaust side. 

I will Double check When I get ready to buy a cam.  Untill then I will read and post any questions.

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« Reply #31 on: October 25, 2009, 09:11:06 pm »

Check this out....................http://kalecoauto.com/index.php?main_page=index

All the cool stuff is here!

That link is freakin' hilarious Spt at PC,but I couldn't get the check out button to work tho.Can I get some of that fancy air,and drilled brake lines,on ebay?

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« Reply #32 on: May 17, 2011, 10:31:38 pm »

  sounds like the place  for me  here goes. Leaning towards a 331,  I think the 347 would be a little much, Ive been bending some engine builders for there input for the above.  cam and heads intake  a little trouble here,  ? cam .534  .547  278/288@ .50 224/232  on a 112 c/l  cam  #2 .534 @.50 222/232  112 c/l  Ive been lookin @ cams can't find where there going and who makes,  comp x274  ?  debating Heads windor jr  or trick flow 185 or 190 whats the diff???  intake a bummer I need to keep it low as I can street heat  Ive been looking for a used top end kit trick flow but all I see is the  individual parts the 170.would probalby work my everydaydriver no track 4x4 bronc and fit it under the hood, which the aftermarket fiberglass would could give me more clearance, Plenty of time 118 ave compression in the 5.0 to date. currently stang headers   pac's  95  4:11 rear, shes got to idle  Plan 1 woodys long block cam???   I think t/f/190  intake he mentioned was a track heat but I think the runners are taller??? whats the dif with the street burner   26 lb  30  inj  matching mass air  340  hp would be fine,  rather ride then wrench,  not a pain in the tuning ass   it  but  how tall is the r, box,  matching mass air to the acufab t/b ?  75mm.  ?are the 190s  too much  1.94  6k under on rpm.  it would be sweet to pull the boat and put some a/c in the truck.
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« Reply #33 on: April 19, 2013, 06:53:50 am »

Too much? A 347 costs the same amount of $$ to do as a 331 ???

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