New MEL camshafts

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Re: New MEL camshafts

Post by Theo » Mon 3. Oct 2011, 15:13

It's an old thread which I saved from the old forum.
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Re: New MEL camshafts

Post by res0rli9 » Sun 27. Nov 2011, 09:11

What is the firing order on the the Mel engine?? are they the same as the flat head as to why the are so smooth.

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Re: New MEL camshafts

Post by Theo » Mon 28. Nov 2011, 07:15

Firing order is 5 4 2 6 3 7 8

Check out this chart
http://www.ford-mel-engine.com/viewtopi ... +order#p31
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Re: New MEL camshafts

Post by 430 6V » Thu 15. Mar 2012, 20:26

I've had new grinds (technology) put on original cams with good success so far. Early Chryslers and Mels.

Reginds are a case of mind over matter. If you don't mind it doesn't matter. :lol:

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Re: New MEL camshafts

Post by cowboy.2010 » Thu 25. Oct 2012, 15:01

Hey guys I was just letting you all no I would deffently be interested In a few cams. You have my support if it was ever a go to where it can be done :) I am planning on building a 462 and will need a good cam and possibly some blanks to save for other engines.

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