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Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft

Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft

264 Intake Duration, 264 Exhaust Duration, 264 Intake Duration (.050" Lift)

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Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
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Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
Isky Racing Cams 218800 Isky 88 1932-48 Flathead Ford Camshaft
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  • Specifically designed to fit the 1932-1948 Ford Flathead V8 engine
  • Features an intake and exhaust duration of 264
  • Has a lobe separation of 111 °
  • Will provide a fair idle with good midrange power

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Intake Duration:
264
Exhaust Duration:
264
Intake Duration (.050" Lift):
264
Exhaust Duration (.050" Lift):
264
Lobe Separation:
111 °
MFG. Part #:
218800
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This is the cam of choice of choice if you are building a "full race" flathead. Its hard to be the Max-1 for street use, but you may need a little more or less for your combination. Make sure you check valve to head clearance before installing heads.

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450-218800 Specs (Link)

Item Details

Full Race - Fair idle, good midrange power. Upgrade carbs and intake.

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