What Is Needed For a TFS Cam On a 5.0L Bmw? - Ford Mustang Forum
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Question What Is Needed For a TFS Cam On a 5.0L Bmw?

Hi everyone I'm sorta new to the forum, and I was hoping some of you could give me some insight on performance parts and what is needed to install a Trick Flow Stage 1 cam (TFS-51403001).

I currently own a Bmw 325is with a 5.0L swap. The 5.0L is out of a 1989 Mustang it has GT40P heads with upgraded TFS-2500100 spring kit, Ford Explorer Upper and Lower intake, 70mm TB and EGR spacer, MSD ignition 5527 street fire coil, T5 Transmission. Everything else is stock including lifters, valves, rocker arms, push rods, bottom end, etc.

Just wondering if I would run into any problems if I decided to throw a TFS-51403001 cam into the mix. Do you think I should change anything else i.e. lifters, rock arms?

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