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COMP Cams 41-602-7 Big Mutha Thumpr Cam, 1949-53 Flathead Ford
COMP Cams 41-602-7 Big Mutha Thumpr Cam, 1949-53 Flathead Ford

COMP Cams 41-602-7 Big Mutha Thumpr Cam, 1949-53 Flathead Ford

Solid Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 2500 to 6400 RPM Range, 283 Intake Duration

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COMP Cams 41-602-7 Big Mutha Thumpr Cam, 1949-53 Flathead Ford
COMP Cams 41-602-7 Big Mutha Thumpr Cam, 1949-53 Flathead Ford
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Camshaft Type:
Solid Flat Tappet
RPM Range:
2500 to 6400
Intake Duration:
283
Exhaust Duration:
315
Lobe Separation:
107 °
Intake Duration @ .050" Lift:
243
Exhaust Duration @ .050" Lift:
257
MFG. Part #:
41-602-7
GTIN Code:
036584213468
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These COMPomp 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.

Street/strip, needs 9.5:1 compression, 2800+ stall, intake, gears and headers. Very rough idle.

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Street/Strip/9.5:1 comp. - Very rough idle
2500-6400 RPM
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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