Okay Guys i try to find the information what exactly need to be modified on the cams to get to the 106° centerline does somebody here got the instructions??Nick McKenney quote: (actually from na svt)
If you are going to go 4V find a 99+ Continental and take the heads complete. Degree the cams to 106-108 intake and leave the exhaust at 110 (the conti intake cams are bigger than the Marks), it will require a serious mod to the secondary gears to do this. Combine with a Mach 1 intake and thats as good as it gets without spending serious cash.
NA SVT: The 96-98 intake cams will make about 20 more hp than the MAch intakes (cams). The difference between the 96-98s and the 99s is only 2 deg so the power difference is also little.
Well modular motorsport got everything what is needed thats the good news.Cloyes discontinued them earlier of this year. I saw that Summit racing sold them individually for $38 each back in May.
thanks for the heads upThe procedure is pretty much the same as any other engine, find TDC, measure lobe opening/closing and calculate and adjust from them, and repeat. With Modulars you need to do both banks, so cylinders 1 & 6, and with a 4V you degree the exhaust cams first, as the intake cams are driven off of them. Make sure you mark the exhaust sprocket positions after you degree them, since they need to come off to adjust the intakes. You need a solid lash adjuster too for the process.
Skip the MSD junk. Stock DIS is more powerful than you'll need and 100% more reliable
I see, I didn’t put 2 and 2 together that this was a buildup for a 93.thanks for the heads up
i got nothing in my t bird the wiring was stock 93 5.0 pushrod all stripped because i want to run the motor of a carburetor and the 6r80 needs his own controller to work just need a tps .
As far as the timing issue is concerned i guess time to look for a video i can get this better in my head if i see a video :smile2: