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    Posted: Apr/25/2017 at 10:42pm
Originally posted by FSJunkie FSJunkie wrote:

Stock 327 cam is 244* adv., .381" lift.

Stock 360 cam is 263* adv., .425" lift.

Your custom 327 cam is 250/260* adv., .431/.443" lift.

So spec wise, its pretty much a stock 360 cam and yet its enough to make a 327 lope at idle? Doesn't that seem a little weird?

Definitely not a sound one heard every day. 327s have a very distinctive sound anyway, so the sound of a cammed 327 is definitely a new level of unique sound. I don't think any other engine out there sounds like one of these.

It's very mild, but it was running with a poorly tuned carb, I'll take another video soon and post it.

It sounds fairly similar to stock now that tuned, but it's tuned around 600-700 rpms in gear at idle, 900-1000 in park or neutral.  

Originally posted by 990V8 990V8 wrote:

Originally posted by trewyn15 trewyn15 wrote:

What do you mean by boxes?
 

I mean how many silencers? My stock 327 has the single tail pipe and two factory boxes and it's very quiet, too much so for my taste.

I like to hear that rumble.

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Ahh I gotcha, I just have a single Hooker Aero Chamber Muffler.  It's an f-body style muffler, so it's very similar to the stock muffler setup.  I'll get some detailed pictures!

Here's a little video of the setup:


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Originally posted by trewyn15 trewyn15 wrote:

What do you mean by boxes?


I mean how many silencers? My stock 327 has the single tail pipe and two factory boxes and it's very quiet, too much so for my taste.

I like to hear that rumble.

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Stock 327 cam is 244* adv., .381" lift.

Stock 360 cam is 263* adv., .425" lift.

Your custom 327 cam is 250/260* adv., .431/.443" lift.

So spec wise, its pretty much a stock 360 cam and yet its enough to make a 327 lope at idle? Doesn't that seem a little weird?

Definitely not a sound one heard every day. 327s have a very distinctive sound anyway, so the sound of a cammed 327 is definitely a new level of unique sound. I don't think any other engine out there sounds like one of these.
'66 Marlin: 327/T10/3.54 Twin Grip
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Originally posted by 990V8 990V8 wrote:

Sounds great. How does it sound at higher revs?
And how many boxes are in there?

Ivor

It just hit high revs today, I'll get some exhaust clips.

What do you mean by boxes?
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Sounds great. How does it sound at higher revs?
And how many boxes are in there?

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Originally posted by 44bz 44bz wrote:

Originally posted by trewyn15 trewyn15 wrote:


Originally posted by FSJunkie FSJunkie wrote:

Where did you find a cam blank, who ground it for you, and what are the specifications?



I sent them a factory 327 cam, have an extra laying around as well.  

Sent it to Oregon Cam Grinding: http://www.oregoncamshaft.com/

Went pretty mild on the specs because vacuum brakes and such: 206/212 @ .050”, 250/260 adv, .431”/.443” lift, 110 sep


I had them do a 327 cam for me as well, but I haven't swapped it in yet. Last time I was up there, they had a pile of 327 cams. Great guys over there.

They did a quality job for sure! I haven't had it long enough to claim that the tappets haven't gone flat or anything like that, but no issues so far.
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Originally posted by trewyn15 trewyn15 wrote:


Originally posted by FSJunkie FSJunkie wrote:

Where did you find a cam blank, who ground it for you, and what are the specifications?



I sent them a factory 327 cam, have an extra laying around as well.  

Sent it to Oregon Cam Grinding: http://www.oregoncamshaft.com/

Went pretty mild on the specs because vacuum brakes and such: 206/212 @ .050”, 250/260 adv, .431”/.443” lift, 110 sep


I had them do a 327 cam for me as well, but I haven't swapped it in yet. Last time I was up there, they had a pile of 327 cams. Great guys over there.
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Originally posted by FSJunkie FSJunkie wrote:

Where did you find a cam blank, who ground it for you, and what are the specifications?

I sent them a factory 327 cam, have an extra laying around as well.  

Sent it to Oregon Cam Grinding: http://www.oregoncamshaft.com/

Went pretty mild on the specs because vacuum brakes and such: 206/212 @ .050”, 250/260 adv, .431”/.443” lift, 110 sep
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Where did you find a cam blank, who ground it for you, and what are the specifications?
'66 Marlin: 327/T10/3.54 Twin Grip
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Thanks everyone! I'm excited to get her really dialed in and possibly see what it does at the track!
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