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PI cams $50 shipped

Got a few sets of PI cams at $50 shipped.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-06-2009, 11:01 AM
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Do you know how many miles? and do they come with gears?
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Mileage doesn't matter on these I have learned, Crown Vic sets with 400K miles will have less wear than a 20K mile set from a Mustang. All PI cams I sell are micro-polished on the cam journals and within OEM specs.

If you need gears also add another $15.
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i have a 97 tbird 4.6 90,000miles with those cams and a pi intake how far from the 265 supposed full pi motor do you think i might would be. see i'm kinda of torn between full swap or cam and intake swap.
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I assume you can swap the gears off the NPI cams to the PI cams?

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yes, stock cam gears will work just as well

robert, you'll be in the high 190's/low-200s for HP in a 97 MN12 with just pi cams and intake....add PI heads, maybe 220 because of the compression being bumped up to 10.5:1...add a tune perhaps 240ish at the wheels.....that's if everything else is in pristine condition
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what do you guys think a stock 4.6 puts to the wheels 170ish
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i thought our cars were 205 hp stock, how come its only in the high 190's if you add a pi intake and pi cams?

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205 HP is an at the crank number that was published by Ford. So, that's a manufactures number. Which is probably pretty accurate given the at the wheels numbers that my car recorded.

I just had mine dynoed in June at Carlisle with an all stock 1995 NPI 4.6L engine and stock exhaust with 205,000 miles on the odo. and it logged in with the following numbers:

1st Pull: 176.77 rwhp / 233.35 rwtq
2nd Pull: 172.87 rwhp / 239.47 rwtq

Run Conditions: Temp. 83.8┬░ F, 29.66 in-Hg, Humidity 10%, SAE 1.00

These are more realistic numbers for where our cars are at now. The '96 and '97 cars should fare slightly better.

And don't forget this thread is a For Sale thread. If you've got generic questions unrelated to the product for sale here take them elsewhere and don't clutter the thread with them.

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Got a few sets of PI cams at $50 shipped.

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