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EXCLUSIVELY for 2V Bullitts only...... A,somewhat, simple to install valve train part,that would increase the duration specs. of the stock OEM camshaft,but not the lift. Much like a hotter cam,it would open the valve earlier and close it later.
A hot cam without the hassel of changing the cams and springs!
I tried the theory and it works on a typical 302 roller cam/Windsor setup.
To early to tell if it is a practical idea on the 4.6 mod engine yet,but the basic mechanics work!
No, it isn't a higher ratio rocker arm.
Just want some feedback,on what the market could be. Of course all kinds of dyno work would be needed to prove it's worth.
Time for a patent!
 

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If you have to pull the cams off to install your item I don't think it would sell well. But if all you have to do is pop the cover to install and fits 4.6 & 5.4 you might have something.
 

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I'll give you $19.95 if you'll throw in the chamois-jammies, the Popeel-pocket-picker, and a set of Ginsu knives..........

But WAIT! - There's MORE!.................









(no, no; actually there's not any more - I'm all goofed-out for the night. Gonna go to bed now)
 

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Interesting and interested...........

It would have to cost quite a bit less than a set of cams but it would appeal to those who would not take
on a cam swop. Mind you it was no five minute job to get the valve covers off when I fitted the Team Breed covers.
Have you ever noticed how many mods are in the 150 Dollar range?
I think most guys can wear that as a treat on the car. .
 

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Well,I'm making a deal with Cracker Jacks. Only thing is you have to purchase 16 boxes!
If,possible at all, it would most likely be as much as the price for a high quality roller rocker setup. But,on a low mile,2v engine,with good stock valve springs,you wouldn't need to go thru removing/installation and timing of the cams. Just valve cover and tappet follower removal.
I tried a mock up,on a 302 block/close to stock roller cam specs setup,and my little mod gave an increase of 27 degrees of intake duration measured at .050!! From 210 to 237 degrees! Don't,yet, know what the design would do on a SOHC 4.6 or if it would be durable enough. Cam ramp speeds and Lobe Seperation Angle should remain the same.
Just playing with an idea here.
 
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