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Old 06-07-2005, 01:57   #1 (permalink)
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Cam Question

hi i got a stage 4 cam off a friend for my EF falcon
i know i have to have a chip to make it run smooth
just heard things bout changing the rockers and valve springs n stuff as well
wondering if this is a necessity or can i just put the stage 4 in with the chip and she'll be sweet..also gettin a XR6 head if it helps any
any help or advice would be great
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Old 06-07-2005, 02:30   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Cam Question

Stage 4 cam doesnt mean anything. Each cam grinder has there own stages and are different to every other. You really need to find out the specifications of the cam or at least who made it.

Anyway, you are not going to have to change your rockers. Valve springs *should* be changed if the lift is more than 480 thou, but you can get away with more. If you plan on reving it (which you might need to if the cam is big) you will want to change them.
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