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Old 10-23-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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Default 2000 Brian crower stage 3's on a 1998 GT

I have a 2000 GT motor im parting out and i have crower stage 3 cams with ported and polished heads. Will the cams work on my buddies 98 GT or will he have to use my heads and cam gears? I also have a guy with a 94 T-bird with a 4.6L. Will the heads cam intake work on his block?
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Old 10-23-2009, 04:07 PM   #2
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Crower cams for the 4.6 can bite my toe after I sh*t on it. That being said, yes, but they'll need to be degreed and the pistons will have to be notched.
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Old 10-23-2009, 06:47 PM   #3
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^^^Why's that? Only reason i ask is because i have a couple of friends that run them, and love them. I personally don't know much about Crower. I only know what i've heard.
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your budy will need to get new offset retainers both intake and exhaust from crower (or maybe some other company that offers then cheaper), new valve springs. depending on the duration and lift he might need to get his pistons notched. if you have em in ur car without notching ur pistons than he will be fine also.
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so basically... pistons notched.. and he uses my heads too.
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Crower cams for the 4.6 can bite my toe after I sh*t on it. That being said, yes, but they'll need to be degreed and the pistons will have to be notched.
Mine are AWESOME...
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And you gained, about 25rwhp and that's it.
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And you gained, about 25rwhp and that's it.
Well at the same time i added a kand N intake, 75MM BBK TB, Trickflow Plenum, EGR delete, 30LB injectors, BBK OR H-Pipe. Pulleys, I already had the Flowmaster 44's with the car. So it added close to 60 whp i put down like 287 or 289 i think.. they work well past 4k rpms.. and i love the gentle lope.
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And you gained, about 25rwhp and that's it.
Plus, cams don't do much on 4.6's anyway. so im happy. these motors are not all that for n/a setups, but are awesome for a blower.
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