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COMP Cams 41-601-7 49-53 Flathead Ford Mutha Thumpr Cam, 2200-610
COMP Cams 41-601-7 49-53 Flathead Ford Mutha Thumpr Cam, 2200-610

FLATHEAD 287TS7 THUMPR CAM

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COMP Cams 41-601-7 49-53 Flathead Ford Mutha Thumpr Cam, 2200-610
FLATHEAD 287TS7 THUMPR CAM
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  • This product is discontinued.
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This is Garage Sale priced because it is an open box item.  It has been mocked up and returned, does not include assembly grease.

These COMP Cams Thumpr cams will make your flathead wake up and sound nasty. They feature a long exhaust duration and other grind characteristics produce a powerful, hard-hitting exhaust note. For 1949-1953 Ford 8BA and 8CM Mercury flathead V8 engines. Lifters sold separately.

High performance street/strip, needs 9:1 compression, 2500+ stall, intake, gears and headers. Rough idle.

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Street/Strip/9:1 comp. - Rough idle
2200-6100 RPM

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS   

 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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