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Old 12-27-2011, 10:58 AM   #1
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What kind of set up will I need to support the f303 camshaft?
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Re: F cam

GOOD SET OF HEADS (with good valve springs ) and intake , headers
if your running stock stuff you'll just be wasting your time , you might as well go with a smaller cam ,you'll make more power
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F cam is great for forced induction
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I have gt40x heads 1.7 roller rockers bbk long tube headers and intake manifold 75mm throttle body! What size injectors and mass air should I use?
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I have gt40x heads 1.7 roller rockers bbk long tube headers and intake manifold 75mm throttle body! What size injectors and mass air should I use?
I would say at least 24lb injectors, right now if your using the stock 19 lb ones you may actually be running a little lean with the bolt ons you have.
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Well it's not in the car yet. I have 24 and 30 pounds injectors? I'm thinking going with 80mm mass air? Would I need a bigger fuel pump?
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I was told to swap stock pump out with a 190lph fuel pump and I'm gonna be running AFR heads holly systemax upper and lower 70 mm TB 80mm MAF with CAi. 30lb injectors 190 lph fuel pump
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Well there is really only a $10 difference between 190 and 255 fuel pumps , if down the road you are gonna use a power adder you'll need a 255. Your fuel pressure regulator will do the rest so my opinion I'd go with the 255 fuel pump !

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And if your keeping it N/A , 24lb injectors are fine!
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Lol yea forgot to mention the nitrous I'm adding to mine
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