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Old 05-22-2012, 10:28 AM   #1
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So I have an engine out of a 91 gt and done away with all the efi stuff and found a used f303 cam,weiand stealth Intake, and holley 750...wondering if these 3 together would be worth me putting them in
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Yeah. Those sound like good stuff. But the real benifit would be from a good set of heads. I have a b303, weiand intake, and 670 Holley mated to trickflow heads and I love it.
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So I have an engine out of a 91 gt and done away with all the efi stuff and found a used f303 cam,weiand stealth Intake, and holley 750...wondering if these 3 together would be worth me putting them in
IMHO, big mistake. Your fuel mileage and driveability will be worse.


But it's your car and your choice.
Those parts are well worth installing, however you may have to tune the 750 in to get the best results.
In my prior experience small block Fords like to be over carbureted a bit, but need to have the carb tuned for the best performance and fuel mileage.
This may necessitate jet, air bleed, squirter and power valve changes.
I have ran up to an 800 CFM carb on a built 302, but it took a good bit of tuning to make it work properly.
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IMHO, big mistake. Your fuel mileage and driveability will be worse.

But it's your car and your choice.
Those parts are well worth installing, however you may have to tune the 750 in to get the best results.
In my prior experience small block Fords like to be over carbureted a bit, but need to have the carb tuned for the best performance and fuel mileage.
This may necessitate jet, air bleed, squirter and power valve changes.
I have ran up to an 800 CFM carb on a built 302, but it took a good bit of tuning to make it work properly.
yeah i guess i should have mentioned the carb maybe big.
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