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Old 05-26-2004, 02:59   #1 (permalink)
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220kw cam specs

Hiya,

I have just bought a cam from NOS347, which was from an AU3XR8. Thought I'd better ask if it'll actually work in my car lol. So will it?

My car is EB 5.0

What I plan in the coming months is this:

ED Sprint ECU, 1.7 ratio rockers, gt40p heads, the cam from the xr8, 24# injectors purchased from philstoj and a set of extractors. I already have the explorer manifolds, t/b and bigger maf.

Would this setup give me similar power to the GT/sprint engine? Is there anything I haven't thought of or anything thats not compatable?
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Old 05-26-2004, 05:02   #2 (permalink)
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Cam should be fine... as for the rest, a nice little combo you have there. Should better the Sprint for power. Unless I'm forgetting something you've basically building a series 2 1/2 (you know what I mean) engine.
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pm EB5.6, he knows the cam specs of all the au series v8'...
looks like it will be a good combo, will go quite well, good luck!
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also, instead of using an au maf, get yourself a granatelli motorsport maf, and an adjustablee fuel reg, make sure you ask for a 10 or 15% lean one, then run it up on a dyno, map the air/fuel, and adjust the reg to suit, there is a great gain with leaning it out to around 12.5:1 afr's, considering they run at 11:1 stock.... theres a good 25-30 rwhp gain there with the maf and reg.
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Old 05-26-2004, 05:39   #5 (permalink)
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I dont know if it woudl be compatable with the EEC. When we tried to run my car with the EBGT electronics it ran REALLY rich to the point it was almost stalling. I used my stock electronics on the bigger maf body. I still have the electronics from it so when i put in the Sprint EEC Ill change them over.
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There would be another problem there then, because The EBGT, ED Sprint and all stock E-series V8's run the same electronics, the only difference is in the EEC calibrations.
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Thats interesting. The electronics had different part numbers so we assumed the GT one was different. We will see what happens when the time comes. The Maf was new when we installed it (and it ran badly) so we swapped the electronics over and it went fine. Possibly the electronics were faulty?
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Where did you get your five speed from I have been looking for one for quite some time.I can only find four speeders and jappa conversions around here.
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Where did you get your five speed from I have been looking for one for quite some time.I can only find four speeders and jappa conversions around here.
Friend of mine had a few sittin round. $1400 was the cost all up to convert and we recently sold a box to a mamber on these forums.Both were brand spankers.
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Got any more I am keen as.It will fit a XF302W without needing any major mods to the car?Am already running a 3.5 ratio diff.
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