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Old 05-01-2009, 01:06 PM
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what do you guys think about the B303 cam? will it fit ina 351? i got it for free long storey. input would be appreciated. thanks mike
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way too small for a 351 i reckon
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sell it and get some money for it
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the specs seem a little on the mild side what do you think i should sell it for it is used but in very good condition? what do you recomend for a 351 i think i am going with a professional products upper and lower and a set of heads of course but i am very open to suggestions for affordable combos i am still saving my pennies for the machine work. i got cranes roller rockers lifters etc the whole set and timing chain cam for $100! i have more knowledge with chevy then ford unfortunately so whatever you guys can throw out there would be great. thanks mike
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What cylinder heads are you planning to use?
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honestly i have not decided, i have been looking online for whats out there i am tempted to put on gt40 heads but i won't bc i know they are going to limit the engine iron or aluminum its all about price i am not in a hurry to get this done but of course the sooner the better. i have seen some pro comp heads online for around 650? patriot heads? used is even fine. what do you recomend? thanks mike
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I USUALLY sell letter cams I come across for , for around 100 beans
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what do you recomend? thanks mike
DO NOT buy garbage.... and that is from the heart and based on experience. If you choose to take it FWIW (aka free) and ignore it, YCYDYP. Want a plan?..... if a stroker is out of the question (408), do a 357..... TFS 190 cc "fast as cast" or Canfield 195, or Vic Jr. 210 cc, custom TLSR cam and correct valve train, Vic Jr. intake and 750-850 Holley carburetor... and watch some guys with a face.....while you leave the track with the A/C on.
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