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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-31-04, 11:42 PM Thread Starter
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Cam and Extractors

Hey guys,

Will a EA stage 2 crow cam go into a EF XR6?
Also will extractors for a EA fit a EF XR6?

I can get these free from a mate and wonder whether they will fit my car.


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Re: Cam and Extractors

EA-EF cams are interchangable

its just the stage 3 that is fine with an ef/el but with an ea they have idle problems (eec4 issue)
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Re: Cam and Extractors

The extractors will also fit...
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