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I was on Comp Cams website and they have two totally different CAMS listed for the 4.0LWhen you install a cam, the only two available for the 4.0 OHV are the 410 and 422 from Comp Cams, you really do a good thing for the overall performance from this engine. The 410 is what I would recommend for a 4x4 application
Huh?The OHV engine is a Torque monster that is based off the old FE engine line, like the 390, 427 and 428.
This is most likely because he is a vendor and has posted on other sites. As opposed to recreating it he copies and pastes.hhhmmmmmmmmm.............. ive read that post before...........elsewhere word for word.............
I could be wrong, but i dont think he was referring to buick or dodge motors. 390, 427, and 428 are all ford motors arent they? I know specifically the 427 is as used in the older cobrajet mustangs.Huh?
I have an issue with your choice of the words "Based off of"
Dodge V8 and early 60's "nailhead" Buicks also used shaft style rockers
and the 4.0OHV isn't based on them either.
Yeah, it's possible you could use FE rockers on a 4.0, but...
But other than that the 4.0 other than it's design philosophy
as a low rpm torque engine has no relationship whatsoever
to the old FE/FT V8