These are an odd pair of cams to narrow down to...
The F is a 226/226 on a 114 (I think), and the TFS-1 is a ... 222/226 on a 112. Why these two cams? One is a split duration, the other isn't, and they are trying to do different things. If it is cost, the $100 or $200 won't mean much down the road. Most people on this board would sell their soul for an extra 10 rwhp
What is your application and how "streetable" do you want it?
I have the F cam and it works great but I don't think its a good all around cam for someone that just drives on the street. It has a rather nasty idle for such a small cam and it doesn't make the torque down low like a smaller cam would. But it is a great piece even though it's old it works like a charm!
I am selling a slightly used F cam. I bought it because I REALLY liked its nasty idle. However, my motor is naturally aspirated with fairly low compression and everyone including 2 different people Ford Motorsports (and hopefully they should know) said it isn't the best cam for my combination. Everyone said it is best on a blown low compression motor or a high compression N/A motor. I had the TFS Stage 1 cam on 2 other cars I had and liked the cam on both. The idle is still nice and lumpy and both cars were daily driven. I had the Stage 1 cam in one car that was N/A and one that was blown by an S trim. My latest project is going to stay N/A and is going to stay low compression... so the Stage 1 is the cam I am going to put in.
If you are interested in the F cam I have it is in PERFECT shape and I am selling it for $120.00 including shipping which saves you $80 versus paying $189.95 plus shipping... let me know!
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