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Speedway Ford 351W Solid Lifter Cam, 2750-6250 RPM
Speedway Ford 351W Solid Lifter Cam, 2750-6250 RPM

Speedway Ford 351W Solid Lifter Cam, 2750-6250 RPM

351W Ford Small Block V8, Solid Flat Tappet Camshaft Type, 2750 to 6250 RPM Range

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Camshaft Type:
Solid Flat Tappet
RPM Range:
2750 to 6250
Intake Duration:
273
Exhaust Duration:
277
Lobe Separation:
104 °
Intake Duration (.050" Lift):
244
Exhaust Duration (.050" Lift):
248
Intake Valve Lift w/ Rocker Arm Ratio:
0.557"
Exhaust Valve Lift w/ Rocker Arm Ratio:
0.565"
MFG. Part #:
91555010
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Our solid flat tappet cams offer superior performance and the very best value. These grinds are tried and tested! Cam can also be used in 289/302 engines if ignition firing order is changed to 351W: (1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8).

Must be used with a break-in oil additive (sold separately).

Cam Card - 91555010 (PDF) 

351W Cam Application Chart (GIF)

915-55010 Instructions (PDF)

Item Details

High Torque Oval

Notes

  1. Hot valve lash setting is 0.016" on both intake & exhaust.

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

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