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Old 12-30-2002, 22:25   #1 (permalink)
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what cam shafts will fit into a 4.ol I6 without doing anything else. i got a proice for an 98 EL xr6 cam of 175 was going to put this in my 98 xh ute, what do you reckon, are the xr6 cams any good or should i go with a crane 2030/2031. what needs to be done to the engine when putting new cam in?????
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that should help out a little
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once again, on paper Jim Mock Motorsport have been the the creme of the crop on paper, do a search on the forums for there number.

I spoke to them today, and they really know there stuff for I6 4.0L's
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I've got a JMM camshaft and without making any claims or trying to revive the "debate" on these cams, what I do want to convey is that my cam works very nicely. It showed an immediate and substantial seat-of-the-pants power boost, it's smooth and consistent and feels strong right thru the range. Also go a substantial improvement in fuel economy (about 30km more to a tank - I get about 600/610 km per tank now around town - more of course on long cruises).
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I think the cam's [Crane] you mentioned are for the eight
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I've got a JMM camshaft and without making any claims or trying to revive the "debate" on these cams, what I do want to convey is that my cam works very nicely. It showed an immediate and substantial seat-of-the-pants power boost, it's smooth and consistent and feels strong right thru the range. Also go a substantial improvement in fuel economy (about 30km more to a tank - I get about 600/610 km per tank now around town - more of course on long cruises).

Do tell more, which cam did you get, what else came with it, what other mods do you have, etc etc.
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