351c help

Asked by Mar 12, 2007 at 03:56 AM about the 1967 Ford Mustang

Question type: Car Customization

i have a 351c and was wondering what cam i should use.  i was looking for a noticable idle but wasnt doggy off the line (1800-5600) i have the 4v heads off a 71 mach 1.  i have also had the block bored .030 over and a set of trw flat top pistons. brings my compression to around 10.5:1.  i have a torker intake with a 750 holley.  running with a manual a set of gears that will be 3.25:1.  its never going to see the oval track but i want some power when i need it without given up my low end torque.  i got a crane cam energizer with .524 .524 lft at 272 duration is this what i want or should i go with something else.  thanks

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Hi Machwone! I will refer you to Mustang heaven where I know all of your questions will be answered. Call Pat at Mid-Country Mustang in Pa., toll free at 1-800-358-8081. You can visit them on the web at http://www.midcomustang.com/ but you really need the experience of talking to these guys to appreciate what a resource they can be for you. Good luck!

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