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i picked up a explorer motor with the gt40 heads(1996)for 200$ then i found CHEAP x303 will it fit without notching the pistons anyone know"?? i plan on putting this in my cheap 1995 gts i just picked up[8D]
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The X-303 is the "improved" version of the B-303...... same valve events, same duration, same overlap @.050" with added lobe lift.....even though I still have to see one that doesn't clear for PtV using Ford iron heads....... it's always best to check. And total valve lift has nothing to do with possible PtV problems.
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1986 GT-X303-289 heads-1.72 rockers-RG 4+1 Trans.
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