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    Default SBF Comp Cam XE282HR

    I'll get some pictures up shortly.
    Comp Cams - XE282hr - Hydraulic roller
    http://www.compcams.com/Company/CC/c...csid=1058&sb=0

    Duration - 282 / 290
    Duration @ .50 lift - 232 / 240
    Valve lift - .565 / .574

    I know very little about this cam, other than it was bought new and installed in my current Mustang in 2015. It was setup in a 302 / GT40P head.
    This cam is too much for my setup, I'm downgrading to a tfs1, I'd be open for a trade.
    $200 for Motown

    Text or call 989-854-3429
    This is located near Alma Michigan

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    Tfs1 and gt40p head is a strong combo. Mine ran 111mph with 3.73's and no real tune other than by ear. You'll be happy with it. Make sure your springs are right, and it'll pull hard for a cheap motor.

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    Nice! I had an F303 cam a few years ago, it'll be interesting to see how the tfs1 compares . Sounds like your car ran really good!

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    I was a lot happier with it a few years after I got rid of it and realized what potential I actually had with it. I put a set of bfg radial t/a's on the back one time too just to let them rip, I could burn second from a stop all the way to about 55mph, and if I dropped the clutch in second around 45mph, I could get it to break loose still too. That was with south sides, old school Lakewood 50/50's and 90/10's up front with 150lb coil overs. The car would go high 1.6's every once in a while, and was consistent low 1.70's with 26x11.5 et streets(I miss that tire size) That was with a torker289 intake too. Would of loved to see what a air gap would of done for it. The tfs1 with that combo made good power till right about 65-6800, that was usually when I shifted.

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    Damn!! That's some revs for the gt40p head! I think I'll be happy with that combo next year! Do you have an videos of that car?

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    Unfortunately this was back in 2007-2009, we still had 2mp camera phones. Just a handfull of wheels up pictures from mike the photo guy at milan dragway.

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