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COMP Cams 35-602-4 Big Mutha Thumpr Cam, Ford 302-351W, 2500-6400 RPM

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Camshaft Type:
Hydraulic Flat Tappet
MFG. Part #:
35-602-4
RPM Range:
2500 to 6400
Intake Duration:
295
Exhaust Duration:
313
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
243
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
257
Lobe Separation:
107
COMP Cams 35-602-4 Big Mutha Thumpr Cam, Ford 302-351W, 2500-6400 RPM
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Have you ever been to the races and heard how nasty the cams sound? COMP Cams has developed the Thumpr series of cams that give you every day drivability, but have that nasty race engine sound. Pick the cam that fits your application, add a set of COMP Cam hydraulic lifters and you will be the talk of the town. 

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Gman1965
Denver NC

this is a very nasty cam!

August 31, 2014
I installed this cam in a 62 Ford Fairlane.302 boss engine bored 40 over,with roller timing gears, 600 carb,50,000 volts coil and billet electronic distributor,10 mm wires,and 3000stall converter.it will pull the front wheels off the ground!the cam sounds like a top fuel dragster cam, it is that radical! I love it and would recommend to anyone.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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boomer
Verified Purchaser
lincolnton n.c

would bye again sounds great and runs

April 22, 2012
this is a bad [*] cam SWEET
Pros:
  • Improves Engine Efficiency
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

9 questions : 9 answers

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Powerband query. Hello, Will this cam be, in your opinion, a good match to a 302 with 180cc heads and a 75mm TB? I don't have really short gearing, and don't want it to be a dog down low. What do you think?

Shoomakan
Lebanon
August 04, 2014

Powerband query. Hello, Will this cam be, in your opinion, a good match to a 302 with 180cc heads and a 75mm TB? I don't have really short gearing, and don't want it to be a dog down low. What do you think?

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August 05, 2014
EricM
This cam is going to be a low on torque low in the RPM range. It would be much better suited to a 351 or larger cubic inch engine in the application that you are dealing with. In the Thumpr series cams the only one I would recommend is the Thumpr 282356004 but it will still be a little slow to build torque in a 302. The best camshaft for your setup would probably be Comps Hi Energy 282312182 especially if you are running a stock torque converter. Keep in mind that your 1989 Mustang with a 302 would have been originally equipped with a roller camshaft and these are flat tappet cams that we have discussed. Sorry at this time I do not offer a roller cam for your application.
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Will this fit in a stock 92 302 f-150 without changing anything ?

Charlie7712
June 02, 2014

Will this fit in a stock 92 302 f-150 without changing anything ?

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June 02, 2014
EricM
No this camshaft is not correct for your 92 roller cam engine. Sorry I do not have the correct camshaft for your application.
1 answers

i have a 87 mustang gt will this work and what els do i need to isntall along with this

tyler
victoria, tx
September 21, 2011

i have a 87 mustang gt will this work and what els do i need to isntall along with this

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September 22, 2011
John
In addition to the SBF cam Comp recommends their Pro Magnum lifters number 28286216 and the correct break in lube number 282159. In addition you may want to use the cam break in lube on the cam itself along with assembly lube.
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it this a roller cam or flat tappet?

September 12, 2011

it this a roller cam or flat tappet?

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September 13, 2011
Jason
Part number 282356024 is a hydraulic flat tappet cam
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Using a stock 1976 302 out of Granada do i need to change the pistons from stock to a piston that will clear the valves since the liftis more ?

XAVIER THE X SNIPER
FRESNO,CA
May 20, 2011

Using a stock 1976 302 out of Granada do i need to change the pistons from stock to a piston that will clear the valves since the liftis more ?

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May 23, 2011
Jason
You should be able to use stock pistons but you need to always check clearance when changing cam. May need to change valve springs, can not use stock springs. Need a seat pressure of 132 lbs. at 1.750” install height.
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Can I put this cam in a otherwise stock engine?

Johnny Rotten
Southwest Oklahoma
May 02, 2011

Can I put this cam in a otherwise stock engine?

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May 03, 2011
Jason
Yes, push rod length may change slightly and new lifter are recommended.
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Will this cam work in a 1995 mustang gt EFI (5.0/302)

larricus
Birmingham AL
August 29, 2015

Will this cam work in a 1995 mustang gt EFI (5.0/302)

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August 31, 2015
Eric
Expert
This is not a good replacement for your 1995 Mustang. Your original camshaft is a hydraulic roller and this one is not a roller cam. You would be better of with camshaft 282355108, 282355148, or 282355188. You will need to have the computer programmed for the new camshaft as well.
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Will this cam work on a 351w 72 year engine bored 60 over I want to use the flo-tek heads part number 203505 don't know what cam to use what would be the best set up for me this is not a race engine it's going in a fox body mustang any info would be appreciated thanks

Big T
East Tennessee
February 08, 2016

Will this cam work on a 351w 72 year engine bored 60 over I want to use the flo-tek heads part number 203505 don't know what cam to use what would be the best set up for me this is not a race engine it's going in a fox body mustang any info would be appreciated thanks

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February 09, 2016
Zach
Expert
Yes this cam would pair well with the Flo Tek heads on a 351w
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Does this use the 351w firing order?

Tanner
March 17, 2016

Does this use the 351w firing order?

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March 18, 2016
Eric
Expert
This cam uses 351W firing order.
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