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Ford Racing Hot Rod Cams on Supercharged Stang?

Hi everyone, I was looking at the Ford Racing HOt rod cams and they sound sick, I was reading and it said it does not like low speeds, low rpms. Is this true? But also, how would it sound with my mods? Are they worth the price and does it sound realistic or stupid?

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Blower Grind

I would get a blower grind. The Deroit Rocker has this option.
I have the N/A in my 06 GT and they have been great.
Brenspeed has Tunes availble for the SC you list.
They may say a Stage2 NSR may net you more TQ & HP.
Some go with VSR cams a little more money and work.

That would be my 2cents as I think the Hot Rods may not be the best choice with a SC.

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What's a blower grind? And thanks for responding

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Lobe

The Lobe seperation is slightly different from one cam to the other. So for short just Blower Grind, meaning the cam is specific for SC engines. The Hot Rods are non specific. The blower grids get the most out of your set up and I'm sure a little more Tuner friendly.

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Btw

Nice picks of your car in your profile.
The SC with the Steeda CAI is really nice.


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The Lobe seperation is slightly different from one cam to the other. So for short just Blower Grind, meaning the cam is specific for SC engines. The Hot Rods are non specific. The blower grids get the most out of your set up and I'm sure a little more Tuner friendly.

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I haven't looked at in a while but if I remember right the ford racing had a lsa of around 114 degrees and it is suggested to have over 115 of you have a supercharger. You can look at the specs for most cams.


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The Lobe seperation is slightly different from one cam to the other. So for short just Blower Grind, meaning the cam is specific for SC engines. The Hot Rods are non specific. The blower grids get the most out of your set up and I'm sure a little more Tuner friendly.

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I haven't looked at in a while but if I remember right the ford racing had a lsa of around 114 degrees and it is suggested to have over 115 of you have a supercharger. You can look at the specs for most cams. I don't think that Detroit rockers specs are released though.


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