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View Poll Results: What cam are you using with Tim's new zero-deck pistons
Comp Cams 255DEH 2 11.11%
Comp Cams 265DEH 1 5.56%
Comp Cams 275DEH 0 0%
Comp Cams XE256H 1 5.56%
Comp Cams XE262H 2 11.11%
Comp Cams XE274H 2 11.11%
Comp Cam with Retro-Fit Hydraulic Roller Lifters 4 22.22%
Comp Cams single pattern cam (In. & Ex. same duration) 0 0%
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cam choices for Tim's new flat-top zero-deck pistons

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Old 02-13-2007, 07:56 AM
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cam choices for Tim's flat-top zero-deck 400 pistons

please indicate your favorite cam that you are using or planning to use with Tim's new pistons for the Ford 400
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I don't know that you can run the 262 - looking into that. It's a pretty high compression ratio. Which heads...aussie or stock
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i am using stock iron heads
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i'm trying to get info gathered up to see how these combinations are handling the octane rated fuel. You might want to hold off a bit...at least have the dcr worked out...it looks like the 262 might not be aggressive enough...not sure. DO you want to burn premium or 87 or ?

I'll be burning propane with a similar build but might be able to burn 92...but I have the oz heads and much better quench. It might be a good idea to have some material taken off the piston..tim does that...well see ...i hope
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Bump, any more input to poll?
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