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Old 04-15-2012, 08:23 PM   #1
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Baffled? Cam type?

So I'm in the finishing stages of installing a ford racing boss 302 crate motor in my 89 fox in the meantime I'm breaking down the old motor to sell some parts. The previous owner of my car said he had an e303 cam installed so when I got to the cam I couldn't verify it being an e303 from the numbers on it. I did a little research and saw that they also color coded them back in the day e303 being blue and b303 being red. Well the c does have some red on it. Check out the pics. It also looks like someone took a grinding wheel to the upper numbers.
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is it to hard to stick back in there? you could measure lobe lift.the lobe lift of a b303 is .300 on intake and exhaust.
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Not an frpp cam
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Re: Baffled? Cam type?

That's probably a re-ground cam.It's hard telling exactly what you have.
It could be a re-ground stock or performance cam.
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Re: Baffled? Cam type?

Id go with it being reground, an the machinist took off the part num with a grinder an stamped their own in it.
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Old 04-16-2012, 08:42 AM   #6
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Some crazy **** lol. I mean the car sounded like it had a cam. And I was pushing 470rwhp with that cam in there. Just wish I knew what it was for sure so I can sell it.
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