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Anybody ever had a custom cam made for speed density?

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Old 07-17-2014, 01:10 PM   #1
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Default Anybody ever had a custom cam made for speed density?

Anybody ever had a custom ground cam made so that you were able to keep the speed density set up?

What company did you use? Did it work out?
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Old 04-30-2015, 05:12 PM   #2
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Call these guys!! They will help you out. I just purchased mine and I am putting it in now.
http://www.compcams.com

Be sure to match your springs up with the came you buy. It's great they will send you all recommended purchasing needs when you find the came you would like.

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You can also contact fordstrokers.com. That guy knows engines.
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just convert to mass air......speed density in it's oem form is limited and with limited cam choices/designs.....it's power potential is limited and often not worth all the work for small gain
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just convert to mass air......speed density in it's oem form is limited and with limited cam choices/designs.....it's power potential is limited and often not worth all the work for small gain
Talk about thread resurrection!

Thanks for the replies guys.

Since I posted this back in July of last year, I've decided I'm converting to mass air, so no worries. It doesn't seem like that big of a deal, and I agree the options are much more as far as cams and things.

When I posted this, I was resisting converting because I was still caught up in the "I'm going to keep this thing as stock as possible" mindset. Since then, reality has set in! LOL

Thanks anyway for the replies!
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buy a stinger pimp and just swap it in no need to go to a MAF setup
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