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    Can I get a price on a roller cam, lifters, and what I would need to install in my 351 cleveland based stroker.

    I have the following:

    mostly street driven, fun time car,
    1973 Mach 1 mustang

    393 ci stroked cleveland
    67cc closed chamber 4v heads
    forged aluminum pistons (9.5-1 compression ratio)
    adjustable roller rockers, hardened pushrods with guide plates
    one piece s/s Manley valves
    full length 1 7/8" primary headers, h-pipe, 2 1/2" duals
    c-6 auto with 2500 stall
    3.25 trac lock rear
    p/s, p/b, a/c
    about 3500lb

    wiped out a lobe on my hyd flat tappet, want to see what is involve in moving to a hydraulic roller set up and some suggestions on grinds.

    Thanks

    Darren
    '73 Mach 1, C-6, 2500 stall, 3.25 posi, a/c, ps,pb, street drivin, now a 393 cleveland stroker. 4v closed chamber heads, roller rockers, Wieland intake, 1 7/8" primary headers, 2 1/2" duals

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    Hey Darren,

    You can call Money Maker Racing and talk to Alex at 1-219-861-1214. You might even be lucky enough to speak to Mrs. Beth Sounds like a cool car you have there.

    Barry
    Barry70Stang
    70 Boss 302 Clone
    347 Stroker
    C-4 trans
    12.68 @ 105.87

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dlewis View Post
      Can I get a price on a roller cam, lifters, and what I would need to install in my 351 cleveland based stroker.

      I have the following:

      mostly street driven, fun time car,
      1973 Mach 1 mustang

      393 ci stroked cleveland
      67cc closed chamber 4v heads
      forged aluminum pistons (9.5-1 compression ratio)
      adjustable roller rockers, hardened pushrods with guide plates
      one piece s/s Manley valves
      full length 1 7/8" primary headers, h-pipe, 2 1/2" duals
      c-6 auto with 2500 stall
      3.25 trac lock rear
      p/s, p/b, a/c
      about 3500lb

      wiped out a lobe on my hyd flat tappet, want to see what is involve in moving to a hydraulic roller set up and some suggestions on grinds.

      Thanks

      Darren
      E-mail me with your old cam specs and we can help you out.


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