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Old 11-28-2021, 05:32 PM
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Hello I am looking for source for a roller cam with profile suited to 289 with weber 48ida intake. I spoke to comp cams and they do not offer the inglese #31-491-8 any more. Any recommendations would be appreciated thanks jerry
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Lumpy, a few years ago, I talked to Lunati and they fixed me up with what I needed. You'll need to know your engine specs info before talking to them.
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I had spoke with Jim Inglese about a year ago and he said they were avail thru him.

From his website:
So why are There Two "Inglese" Companies?
There's a lot of confusion about INGLESE INDUCTION SYSTEMS vs. JIM INGLESE 8-STACK SYSTEMS, and I'm really sorry about all that. They're actually two separate companies that are in no way connected. I know everybody wonders how this can be.

INGLESE INDUCTION SYSTEMS was my original company, founded in 1980. I sold that company a long time ago and then I came back into it under my own name as JIM INGLESE EIGHT STACK SYSTEMS. The original company, INGLESE INDUCTION SYSTEMS, was owned by Comp Cams in Tennessee, and our two companies, while sharing the name, were never affiliated. Today, that company (INGLESE INDUCTION SYSTEMS) is no longer in business. Now it's just me again, Jim Inglese Eight-Stack Systems, and there is much less confusion.

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I can help you with the camshaft, just fill out the spec sheet on my site:

www.customfordcams.com

I will also say this....

If you hear anyone tell you that you need a 113-114-115 LSA "because you have Webers", turn around and find someone familiar with camshafts.
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Thank you everyone this information is very helpful
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I'd go to Ed Curtis are Flow Tech Induction System in Rhode Island.

https://www.flowtechinduction.com/

He's easily the best Ford cam guy I know.
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Hello I am looking for source for a roller cam with profile suited to 289 with weber 48ida intake. I spoke to comp cams and they do not offer the inglese #31-491-8 any more. Any recommendations would be appreciated thanks jerry
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I run this cam with my Weber set-up. It’s from Crane Cams Compucam Hi Roller series. It’s a billet cam. Part number 368021 Grind number R-234/3335-2-12
Duration @ .050 intake 234, exhaust 244, advertised duration IN 298 EX 308, Valve lift 534 for both. It’s for 1962-up Ford Mercury 221- 302. It’s fairly hot but very streetable. This is a solid roller cam. If you work out the numbers the lobe separation works out to 112 degrees (if that is important to you). I also run a custom Roush roller mechanical fuel pump encentric. Here is a pic of the cam card and my set-up. (I find posting pics a bit challenging and struggling, I have a message into the admin for assistance)

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Thank you Earl the information from the members here is a time saver
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Don't hold your breath Earl... I have had two messages sent to the administrators for a long while without a response. Emails to other members don't go through all the time, either. Sorry to hijack the thread...
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Jerry,
I run this cam with my Weber set-up. Itís from Crane Cams Compucam Hi Roller series. Itís a billet cam. Part number 368021 Grind number R-234/3335-2-12
Duration @ .050 intake 234, exhaust 244, advertised duration IN 298 EX 308, Valve lift 534 for both. Itís for 1962-up Ford Mercury 221- 302. Itís fairly hot but very streetable. This is a solid roller cam. If you work out the numbers the lobe separation works out to 112 degrees (if that is important to you). I also run a custom Roush roller mechanical fuel pump encentric. Here is a pic of the cam card and my set-up. (I find posting pics a bit challenging and struggling, I have a message into the admin for assistance)

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This is what I'm referring to. If you were to ask Jim Inglese what he thought about that cam, he would tell you that it wouldn't be streetable.

And at closer look, you're running 79į of overlap with that camshaft, which in terms of Webers, should not be a "good" cam.

It's all in the specs.
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This is what I'm referring to. If you were to ask Jim Inglese what he thought about that cam, he would tell you that it wouldn't be streetable.

And at closer look, you're running 79į of overlap with that camshaft, which in terms of Webers, should not be a "good" cam.

It's all in the specs.
Hello Bylkins, it’s been a long while since I’ve been on this forum for the most part since Rick Parkers passing.
Okay on your reply. I worked off Jim Inglese’s baseline jetting he suggested 10+ years ago. I’ve had numerous in-depth conversations well before he moved to Florida.
My Webers are 48IDA’s the series that replaced the 48IDM’s not the 48IDA-1’s or even later 48IDA-4’s.
I also did not modify the carbs with the 3rd progression hole. The engine is tuned to run not sit around and idle here and there.
In/with all due respect, I’m well aware that you’ve built numerous engines over the years. I appreciate your input, and thank you. Noted.

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