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ok i have a stock 92 w 5.0 will i have to change pistons to fit this ford racing cam p# M-6250-X303 it says you may have to add clearance to valve reliefs in pistons if thats the case then ill go with new pistons or a different cam
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Not usually, but you always need to check. You do need to change/upgrade valve springs, retainers, determine correct pushrods length, etc. What heads are you using?
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1986 GT-X303-289 heads-1.72 rockers-RG 4+1 Trans.
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Your gonna have to check the PTV cleareance, and if you got stock valve springs, you need to sell those and get some stronger ones. The e7's springs are barely rated to .500 lift. Get your self some comp cams springs or trickflows. But be careful with the trickflows.
93 LX Hatch. H/C/I w/ Nitrous.
291/323 on motor.
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