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i saw some videos of 302s with some type of splash thing bolted on the cam sprocket inside the timing cover. apparently it is to splash oil around inside the cover?
is this something that should be on my 95gt? its definitely not there now, but im wondering if it was removed at some point in the past and mistakenly not replaced or maybe not replaced on purpose.
and, if it should be there and its vital, well then i need to get one i suppose
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95gt;gt40 iron heads; cobra intake; 1.6rr;comp cam; shorty headers, off road x-pipe; 3.73gears
It's a mechanical fuel pump drive. If you look at it bolted on it would be offset to move the pump arm. Don't know why Ford put it in there. Everyone I touch winds up in the trash. Don't need it for EFI.
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