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Old 10-21-2002, 01:44   #1 (permalink)
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cam / extractors for EBII

Hi,

I have a black EBII S pack 5 speed 4L MPI already with 2.5" exaust, and lowered. I am getting some work done soon to make it go a bit better...I know someone who will machine a new head + port exaust valves bigger for around $300-400 (no install.) The other option I am concidering is an XR6 head....recomendations?? I also want a new cam and extractors but I'm not sure whats on the market and am chasing recomendations. Im in Perth and have a ford orientated mechanic I go to to do the work for me, unless you can recommend someone specific. Oh yeah ill also be changing the airbox snokel to that off the XG ute. Apart from that I am just wondering what you people think I should do.

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Old 10-21-2002, 03:30   #2 (permalink)
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Try looking around the other forums for the cam stuff, but the general opinion is that getting some head work done by a head working place tends to be less expensive and better than an XR6 head/cam. And the snorkel you are after is the XH, not the XG. I have one on order, I get it tomorrow. But yeah its XH.
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Old 10-21-2002, 16:42   #3 (permalink)
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And the snorkel you are after is the XH, not the XG. I have one on order, I get it tomorrow. But yeah its XH.

Oh no, don't open up this can of worms again!!!

It seems nobody really knows for sure whether it's the XG or the XH scoop...
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Old 10-21-2002, 17:49   #4 (permalink)
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OK, well as far as I know the XH snorkel will require the EF airbox which I'm not doing for now (unless difference is conciderable?) Apart from that I was mostly wondering about the head....do I go for an XR6 head or get one machined up? If getting one machined what do I ask for spec wise?
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Old 10-21-2002, 23:05   #5 (permalink)
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Ok, it is the XH Snorkel!!!

I just ordered it from Ford. Ok now to set it all straight I am going to go take a photo of it, give the part number and scan the Ford parts diagram of it!

the XH snorkel just uses your standard box. Id advise you to go and see some performance places regarding your head work, different mechanics would have different ideas, as for me I dont particularly know what exactly you can get done to the head.


I will make a separate post about the XH Snorkel.
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