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Old 03-31-2003, 17:49   #1 (permalink)
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what are ppls recomendations for a cam for an EBII and rough prices thanks
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i like my crow stage 2 222825, pulls well mid range to top, looking at about $350 new or 200-250 2nd hand
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i like my crow stage 2 222825, pulls well mid range to top, looking at about $350 new or 200-250 2nd hand
Hows the idle mate? She rough, smooth or neither??

Also, who do you get to tune the cam with the vernier gear? So it runs properly?
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what times do u get out of your EBII (fordsick)
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i have a 222825 and i also give it the thumbs up
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I went for the crow stage 3 & it pulls like a train from 3000 to rev limiter. I ended up buying a chip torque chip to suit it & got a varible cam gear for nothing.....................I'm in the parts game..
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kjoy64, there has been alot of talk about the chips beeing pointless and not needed... what are your thoughts?

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i have heard that with some of the cams (like crow cams stage 2s)u need a stally with ur auto. is this true and with which cam would u need the stally, could u get away with a stage 2 cam without a stally?
also those of u that have a stage 2 or 3 cam did u notice much of a difference in fuel usage?
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You don't need a stall converter with a Stage 2 cam. Fuel consumption is better on freeways and worse in city (probably because you use the available power more often).
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