[Healeys] Alloy Head

Magnus Karlsson magnuskarlsson at bornet.net
Sun Nov 2 07:41:51 MST 2014

ItB4s a 300 degree camshaft supplied by Denis Welch. My text got altered
during transmission. I didnB4t write 300B0.

I would always choose the 300 degree over the 278 degree as you get a very
noticeable change in performance with the 300 degree and retain the

Magnus Karlsson


> 2 nov 2014 kl. 14:42 skrev Bluehealey <bluehealey at gmail.com>:
> That's a very interesting spec Magnus.
> I have the H6 carbs and a Fast Road DW alloy head on the shelf ready for my
> next project.  I don't recognise the '300B0' cam spec however.  Could you
> expand a little on who the supplier would be?
> Many thanks.
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> From: Healeys [mailto:healeys-bounces at autox.team.net] On Behalf Of Magnus
> Karlsson
> Sent: 02 November 2014 10:36
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> Subject: Re: [Healeys] Alloy Head
> I've built an engine with DW full race aluminium head, composite gasket,
> 300B0 race cam and H6 carbs. I put it in a dyno and it gave 156 hp at 5000
> rpm. I don't remember the torque figures but maximum torque was achieved at
> around
> 1500 rpm and maintained as a flat curve up to 5000 rpm. This resulted in a
> very competitive race engine and also a very tractable engine that can be
> used on the streets without any problems. I would always choose to build a
> 100 engine like this as you get a real quick car with the better road
> holding compared to a 3000. No problems with water leaks and the head has
> been long lasting.
> Magnus Karlsson
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