XFI™ No Springs Required 214/227 SOHC Hydraulic Roller Finger Follower Cams for Ford 4.6/5.4L Modular 3V. Great upgrade for stock engine. Solid power gains above 4700 RPM, compatible with stock springs. Works with tuners, no computer re-tuning required.
Requires aftermarket valve springs/retainers
Grind Number: XE253LH-14
Engine Family: Ford 4.6L and 5.4L SOHC Modular 3 Valve 8 Cylinder (2004+)
RPM Operating Range: 750-6,200
Cam Type: Hydraulic Roller Swinging Follower
Lifter Style: Hydraulic Roller Swinging Follower
Camshaft Series: XFI NSR (No Springs Required)
Camshaft Gear Attachment: 1-Bolt
Valve Springs Required: No
Camshaft Material: Billet Steel
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Advertised Intake Duration: 253
Advertised Exhaust Duration: 270
Intake Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 214
Exhaust Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 227
Intake Valve Lift: 0.451
Exhaust Valve Lift: 0.45
Lobe Separation: 114
Assembly Lubricant Included: No
Intake Centerline: 100
Lobe Lift Intake: 0
Lobe Lift Exhaust: 0
Common Usage:Mild street performance to mild race
Key Benefits:Modern, aggressive roller profiles, reduced friction, low maintenance, reduced valve train noise, more power than conventional hydraulic flat tappet camshafts
Limitations:Increased cost, limited rpm range
Frequently used in today’s OEM factory engines and mild to moderately aggressive performance engines, hydraulic roller cams use lifters equipped with a roller wheel that tracks along the camshaft lobe, reducing wear and friction, and enabling faster lobe ramp rates than flat tappet cams. These quiet operation lifters feature the same internal design as hydraulic flat tappet lifters with internal cavities and pistons but do not rotate within the lifter bore. Suited for typical street or moderate race engine speeds, the lifters are pre-loaded and do not require a lash setting. Most OEM hydraulic roller camshafts are limited to 6200 rpm and performance aftermarket systems to approximately 6800 rpm. Hydraulic roller lifters require an appropriately selected valve spring to maintain control and avoid lifter float at higher engine rpm. Hydraulic roller lifters can be re-used with multiple camshafts, however they are more costly than any form of flat tappet lifters.
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