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    X-flow cam for a race engine

    Hi everyone! For those who don't know me, my name is Pedro (or Peter if you want ) and my car is a 1978 1600 Sport Escort which I race in the national historic touring car series here in Uruguay (Yes, I'm from Uruguay in South America)

    It's a 1600 xflow, on twin 40's DCOE's, on a pretty heavily worked head with 41/35 valves, kent double springs, 10.8 CR and an old iskenderian cam.

    I'm looking to upgrade the cam to something more modern, and having read both Piper and Kent cams catalogs I think what best fit my needs is a kent 244 camshaft.

    I need to get it to around 130-135 bhp, and not much more than that because of my series regulations. I rev it to around 7.5k RPM and I could use some good torque.

    If anyone has a 244 (It can be something similar if I can't find one) lying around and is willing to post the USA ( I have a mail forwarder there) please let me know.
    I would love to buy a new kit but I can't afford a new one at this moment.

    Have a great day



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    Re: X-flow cam for a race engine

    I have a spare XFBP300 Piper cam ( new) Surplus currently . I run this in my escort with 40 DCOE's . Current output is 140 BHP. rev range is 3000-8000 .

    Can post to the US .

    Kind

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    Re: X-flow cam for a race engine

    Quote Originally Posted by Raffik View Post
    I have a spare XFBP300 Piper cam ( new) Surplus currently . I run this in my escort with 40 DCOE's . Current output is 140 BHP. rev range is 3000-8000 .

    Can post to the US .

    Kind
    how much would that cost including postage?

    Thanks

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