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I have a 1982 mustang that had a cam put in it before I got it. I am currently rebuilding the motor, the cam is out. I calipered it and got 1.453x1.734 but not sure if its intake or exhaust. I want to know the actual numbers as mine im sure are not accurate and what kind of cam it is, lift, duration, ect. so I can get the right rocker arms for the job.


Markings- 252125 261494 112834 on the sprocket side end
f5 02 1206 d5 c5 along the length in between the lobes.

I know I can take it to a cam doctor but was hoping to save a litle cash on this rebuild.
 

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if its the stock cam Opening: (int.) 15 degrees BTDC / (exh.) 68 degrees BBDC
Closing: (int.) 65 degrees ABDC / (exh.) 26 degrees ATDC
Duration: (int.) 260 degrees / (exh.) 274 degrees
Overlap: 41 degrees
Lobe lift: (int.) .260" / (exh.) .278"
Valve lift w/ 1.6: (int.) .416" / (exh.) .444"
Valve lift w/ 1.7: (int.) .442" / (exh.) .473"
Lobe center: (int.) 115 degrees / (exh.) 114 degrees
Part number: D3OE-6250-AA
 

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Thanks mine's not stock but its nice to see the difference. oh well its going back in and I'm putting it back together now.
 
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