Ford Racing Camshaft Set "Hot-Rod" High Lift GT 2005-2010

Ford Racing: M-6550-3V
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Product Description

Ford Racing "Hot Rod" High Lift Camshaft Set for 2005-2010 Mustang GTs.

These camshafts are the most powerful cams available that are safe with the production 4.6L 3V valvetrain. Increases lift form the stock 11mm to 12mm. They are also compatible with the production springs, followers and lash adjusters up to 6800rpm. Will produce a 30 HP gain alone and a 50 HP gain if combined with CNC heads.

*Requires custom calibration to achive optimized performance.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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2005 hci
Did cams with heads, intake, and a bunch of other stuff at once. oh, my, that lope at idle is worth every penny. Did FRP suspension kit at same time, thought car just hooked above 2500 rpm in first without raising nose, turns out it was acceleration with wheel spin(new tires!) Phasers not locked, gotta go above or below 2300 rph on highway or cam/phaser combo makes vibration. Spend the money and do these with headers, heads, intake and throttle body. Not cheap, but soooooo worth it!
Marlin Good October 22, 2012
Hot Rod Cams
Like this cams
Jorge Martinez June 29, 2012
Ford Racing Cam in 2005 GT Mustang
This cam is sick. It really makes my stang rock. I have tuned it with a SCT tuner and the two together make a great old school solid lift count off. Using off road Basanani mufflers.
wolf clan Rob March 8, 2012
Hot Rod Cams
CJPony did my install of these cams. They did a very nice job and the results was amazing. The car sounds mean and now it gets alot of looks. The extra horsepower can be felt when you get into it!! I'm very pleased with these cams and highly recommend this install. One last thing, gas mileage drops very little,at 80mph I lost only 3 mpg,but then again it's not about mileage is it?
Mike Cordeiro January 26, 2011
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