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The deepest CC got into motors was to add the Q intake to the GM long block, and I think that was done at Galipolis Ohio. I guess they could have shipped those intakes to GM for installation there. Of course they could have specified a special cam if they wanted to. Ford provided reverse rotation cams for the 430, 431, and 427, along with other FE variants sold to INTERCEPTOR, but the SBC motors got the reverse capability by using a gear to spin the cam the same way, this the ability to interchange distributors. The Ford motors listed required a special reverse rotation gear on the distributor to work with the reverse rotation industrial marine products they were selling to the boating industry back then.