Thanks for the info. I really wouldn't be surprised if our cams are not the same as the '01 GT's. There were posts sometime about early July/ late June that the Bullitt motor was making very good horsepower when it was presented as a finished concept to Ford, but when the final production version came back -- less power was actually seen than predicted. This led to the revised 265 hp rating as opposed to the original higher numbers. I really believe Ford may have pulled a cam switch on us to keep these motors away from the Cobra's power level. I'm probably wrong and missing this by a mile, but it just seems that way. Plus, why is there so little information out there to be found on the Bullitt's actual specs? Granted, it's a "new" engine, but I'm telling you there's a conspiracy going on here. ( As an example, the '88 GTs made a solid 225 horsepower [I had one and loved it], but then after a few model years the horsepower rating was revised by Ford to 215, even though it was still the same engine. The basic difference? Switched cams.) Maybe Crane, Comp Cams or one of the other larger camshaft producers will pull apart a Bullitt and see what we've got and what we could use.