Camshafts 124. -Cut or Custom orders. -Wheels that have been dismounted/remounted. We will inspect the part or item upon receipt.
Thanks for the offer... I thought the 03-04 cobra cams were the same as the stock Lincoln cams.... This posting is for 96-98, which , I thought, were a little hotter. Am I mistaken?Those cams are both used and also use 10mm fastener hardware. If you are intent on using the 03/04 Cobra cams, I have a brand new set, never run, that have been drilled and tapped for 1/2 x 13, 8740 ARP 12-point bolts that I'll sell for the same $300 price. ARP specs the torque on a 10mm 8740 fastener as 62 ft/lbs. The ARP spec on the 1/2 inch 8740 bolt is 125 ft/lbs. Ford specs the torque on their 10mm TTY single-use fasteners at 30 ft/lbs plus 90˚ of additional rptation. The ARP fasteners are reusable the FRPP fasteners are not. The cams will need both the ARP bolts and four ARP washers that are 0.275" thick. Both the 12 point bolts and washers are standard off-the-shelf ARP items available through Summit. Let me know what you would like to do.
I was able to confirm the part numbers and bought them... Thanks again. I'm sure I'll have more questions in the near future.In the 03/04 SVT Cobra Forum, check in the TToC under the Engine heading, and you will find a posting named Cam and Valve Timing Spreadsheet by yours truly. When you open it up, you will find almost all the Ford Modmotor cams, their nomenclature, their specs, and their part numbers. There are also a number of aftermarket cams listed. The Ford part numbers change a whisker across the years, but you should be able to identify the cams easily from the data there. NA/SVT was good enough to share some Cam Doctor specs he had personally collected for several of the cams listed. Where he did, I have noted it.