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Old 05-16-2002, 10:11 AM
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i was just wondering if the 351 in the 95 ford lightning is a roller block, thank you
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Old 05-16-2002, 05:34 PM
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yes it is a roller READY block. however it came with a flat tappet cam from factory. they started changing them in to roller blocks some time in mid 93.
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Good upgrade, I heard, is to install a stock roller
cam out of a 5.0 mustang. Will work in late model '94s
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i wouldnt waste my time with a 5.0 cam. the cam in the lightning is a great torque making cam and gets the truck moving. i doubt any power gains would be had putting that cam in.
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There ARE other roller cams available,If in doubt about what size cam to run call Summit or jegs.If you have a choice of a big or small cam always go with the milder one,unless your dealing with a allout race car and its a real high performance issue.
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