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I picked up a 93 LX 5.0 convertible that had been totaled ina rearend collision. The motor has a little over 100,000 on it. I am getting ready to have it rebuilt but wanted opinions on the cam shaft. I am looking at either the B303 or the E303 from ford . This is going in my 66 which will be a daily driver with a T-5 and an 8.8 w/ 3.55 gears. I will be using the Edelbrock RPM 302 AirGap manifold and 670 CFM Holley Avenger w/ GT-40 cylinder heads M-6049-X303.
So, which one would you recommend?
Thanks in advance.
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I know the local tune and test shop here recommends the E version cams for stock type 302 and 351 to help with performance. I talked with them several years ago about a slight mod on my stock 351 in the Bronco. I know very little other than that.
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The 570 is what I was thinking myself. The build should produce horsepower in the range of 340-350, and Holley recommends a 670 for that power range. I may stick with the 570 anyway. Send me a pm on the one you are trying to sell my77stang.
I am trying to use as many ford parts as possible, that's why I picked the cams I did. Aren't the Fords made by Crane?
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