Not to sound so harsh, but I guess I was hoping for more advice and less sarchasm and criticism... "Seriously, gonna need more than that". I said it wasnt going to be used much on the street and never mentioned street racing. I'm not talking about packing the wheels, just pulling them at launch. As for the car not being able to...that is where you are wrong. I saw the car do it before I bought it...and it done it with the stock cam. It spun the input shaft in the convertor so I had the C4 tranny built with the best stuff Broader Performance has to offer. I plan on using the tranny behind a stroked windsor in the coupe I'm building, which is the main reason I dont want to spend alot of money on this car. Good heads for this motor would not be good heads for the stroker, etc etc etc. The car has the necessary suspension, tires, chassic stiffening, and spray to make up for what the motor lacks. I know that everything will have to be just right to make this happen and I'm not saying that something else wont break, but I'll deal with that when it happens. I just wanted some advice on either staying with the stock cam or could the much hated B303 cam help just a tad. All I hear is negative stuff about this cam, but for some reason a ton of folks use it and some use it effectively. I have both the cams, dont want to spend any additional money on this car for what it is, and I am limited by valve spring max lift...that is why I wanted some opinions on these cams and advice on appropriate stall. I figure the tubular intake and heads will be done around 5400-5500 but thought the added lift may help just a bit. Sorry for sounding off, but bashing someones $&*! when they're just looking for honest advice really pisses me off.
2007 Mustang GT 5 spd - for show
1990 Mustang 5.0 LX auto - for go
1996 F250 HD 4x4 5 spd - for tow