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COMP Cams CL70-127-6 2.3 Ford Hydraulic Cam & Lifter Kit 1500-5500 RPM
COMP Cams CL70-127-6 2.3 Ford Hydraulic Cam & Lifter Kit 1500-5500 RPM

COMP Cams CL70-127-6 2.3 Ford Hydraulic Cam & Lifter Kit 1500-5500 RPM

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COMP Cams CL70-127-6 2.3 Ford Hydraulic Cam & Lifter Kit 1500-5500 RPM
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036584191766

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Use new followers and dual springs with these Magnum series camshaft & lifter kits from COMP Cams. Good all around street performance. Can be used daily, mid-range power.

  • 272 advertised duration
  • 226 duration @ 0.050" lift
  • 0.440" valve lift
  • 110 lobe angle
  • 1500-5500 RPM

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1971-1990 Ford 2000-2300cc OHC
Good idle, strong low-mid range torque.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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