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I have a 351w casting number e9ae-6015-aa-14. guy who sold it to me said it was from a 93 bronco. but I searched here and e9 is an 89. 93 would have been a roller cam motor which is really what I wanted. my question is what type of rollers are they? which cam can I use? I was looking at the b303 but will it not work? its a 40k motor so he says and is really clean looking. some help? was also looking at a comp cams thumper cam. I have the pan and headers. its going to be carbed. I'm stuck on this because of the diferent types of lifters on the summitt website like hyd flat tappet and such
 

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That 351w block is the short lifters boss type, or not roller ready. If you want to use a regular base circle HR cam, you would need to use the link bar lifters, which sell for $399+. Another alternative would be a tight lash solid roller (TLSR) camshaft setup.
 

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any suggestion on which tlsr?
 

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I would just run a hydraulic flat tappet cam if I were you. It should save you some cash and some headache. I have the biggest thumpr flat tappet comp makes for the 351w in my stroker. I have yet to run it, but I bought the kit that came with springs, locks, retainers, valve seals, timing set, and lifters. Great kit, just do some research on break in for a flat tappet, do it right and you'll never have problems with it.
 

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awesome, thats the info I needed! thanks
 
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