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Anyone know the lobe separation on the FRPP E303 cam? I just want to make sure that it's safe to spray like a 100-150 wet shot on it. Thanks!
 

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The e-cam and the comp cam 2040 are the same cam, Ford puts their name on it.
 

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Thanks man!

What do you think of this setup:
E303 cam, Scorpion 1.6 bolt down roller rockers, Comp Cams double valvesprings, hardened pushrods, and hyd. roller lifters with a double roller timing chain assembly.

I'm hoping to run low 13's to high 12's on the motor with this setup and a Mac cold air, MAc 2.5" off-road H-pipe, Mac U/D pulleys, Tremec T-5 with a Pro 5.0 shortshifter, 3.55 gears, and M/T E.T. Streets (26x10.5x15) on some stock 00 V6 wheels. I'm also gonna throw on an A/C delete kit and a 255 lph fuel pump
 

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Your welcome.

With the stock heads and intake? Im not sure, but I dont think its very likely.

I think youre going to need a damn good drag suspension and good driving if your going to try to reach those times without relying on alot of horsepower.
 

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Your welcome.

With the stock heads and intake? Im not sure, but I dont think its very likely.

I think youre going to need a damn good drag suspension and good driving if your going to try to reach those times without relying on alot of horsepower.
What he said. You will also need more gear to even consider it. If you get the e cam, make it worth your money and buy the edelbrock performer or proffesional products intake. They are the same thing and were designed pretty much for that cam.
 

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Say it ain't so!!:yakyak: What do you think that setup would do on a 150 wet shot?
Also, what is the stock pushrod length? I need to order new pushrods, but I'm not sure what the stock length is.
 

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With the setup mentioned above, the 150 shot, and driving it like you stole it, you should dip into the 11's. Although there is no problem with your setup, only the cam will add power. The rest of the components will only add to the durability of the valvetrain. Well, the roller rockers will add a little bit, but not much. Like I said, get the intake. The proff. products intake is like 320 and it would double the hp gain with the cam and rockers- all throughout the rpm band, which is 10 times better than peak numbers.
 

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Sweet.

But as I asked before. What is the lobe separation on the E303 cam? Also, what is the length of the stock pushrods on an 89 5.0?

Also, I was gonna just replace my lifters with the Summit O.E.M. hydraulic roller lifters, or should I go with the Comp or Crane lifters? Anyone know the max O.E.M. lifter rpm ratings? Thanks guys!
 

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The lobe seperation is on the jpg of the cam card I attached for you in my first post. That card has all the info.

Its 220, intake and exhaust.

I would go with Crane or Comps, you cant go wrong with either one. As a matter of fact if you visit their sites you can get there help line number and they can help with the push rods at the same time.

http://www.cranecams.com/

http://www.compcams.com/
 

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:sterb: Oh, I am stupid! Sorry, I just overlooked it I guess.

Alright, I will check out Crane and Comp. Thanks for the help guys! :thumbsup
I'll post up some pics of the parts when I get them, a couple of the install and some of the finished product
 
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