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11-02-2012 12:38 AM
jlawlax1344 Ok solved my own problem with my friends in the machine shop....stock cam is 186 degrees intake and exhaust and 134 degrees of separation. Also, if anyone is as crazy as me and wants to push a SPI to 200+ HP and Torque on all carries cams for the engine.
10-28-2012 06:03 AM
jlawlax1344 My old thread but I need some help here, reworking my head, hardened valve seats, new intake and exhaust valves, rocker arms and springs and I found this camshaft for the SOHC engine I have...but dont know if its a hotter cam because I cant find the original specs for the cam...[viewcurrency]=USD&ck[ID]=0&ck[idlist]=0

any help would be appreciated!!!
06-11-2012 01:25 PM
wiredFocus That is good that you are replacing the head, just make sure it is an updated one, where the valve seats don't fall out.

06-08-2012 10:18 PM
Originally Posted by wiredFocus View Post
why are you wanting to replace the cam? performance? I wouldn't even recommend it for the Zetec. If the head has not been swapped with an updated one(valve seats), then I would do that. How many miles on the engine?
Engine has almost 100k on it, and im replacing the head this weekend if it comes in. Im trying to create the ultimate "sleeper" focus, all im doing outside is lowering it new body kit and pirelli tires and Konig lace rims
06-08-2012 10:09 PM
wiredFocus why are you wanting to replace the cam? performance? I wouldn't even recommend it for the Zetec. If the head has not been swapped with an updated one(valve seats), then I would do that. How many miles on the engine?
06-05-2012 09:19 PM
ottotroll try this place....
06-05-2012 09:08 PM
misfire i havent been able to find any for sale. you may want to walk away from repairing the SPI at this point. When i was having engine trouble with mine a few years back, i couldn't find what i needed, so i wound up trading the car in as is. you may want to just swap a zetec in at this point
06-05-2012 08:30 PM

Im looking to replace the camshaft in my 2003 2.0l spi ford focus, and I cant find anywhere the dimensions or where to purchase an aftermarket camshaft. Please help, let me know of anywhere you can buy one!!!

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